Question about 2000 Chrysler Town & Country
Was the original bulb burned out? If so, check to make sure you have the correct replacement bulb. If the original bulb was ok then you have a wiring issue. Check all the connections to make sure they are good and clean. If no luck then trace it down with wire peircing probe for voltage continuity.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tail light don't work
Check to see if you have a good ground in that location and that none of the wires are kinked, broken or have come loose. Also check the connections and make sure they are clean and dry....if there is any corrosion clean it off and make sure you have a nice tight connection. I would start where the wires for the rear lights branch off fom the main wiring harness; since you have no lights in any of your rear lights the problem, most likely is there. You should also check to make sure you are getting power to that part of the wiring harness; you can buy a amp tester at the local auto parts store which has a small light that turns on if your getting power there. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
SOURCE: i have changed the break
Without knowing the exact year of the chrysler, I will only suggest some diagnostic ideas. One thing to remember is that Chrysler vehicles use the signal switch that is located in the steering colum to channel power to the rear brake lamps. The signal and break light elements are the same and the power supply is turned on and off as required using the signal switch as well as the break switch. Check the power supplies coming out of the steering colum. There is a connector in the lower region of the steering colum that will allow a power supply check. You may have to include more vehicle information on your next diagnostic request.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
Do you have an owner's manual? There's usually a diagram for the fuse boxes in the manual. Another way is with an inexpensive fuse tester and testing each fuse. If you have a multimeter, you can test for continuity of each fuse. If the meter zeros out the fuse is blown.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
Use a test light to check for power to one side of the lamp. If that is the only light out it probably isn't a fuse, but it is worth checking it anyhow. You might have to look for a broken wire in the trunk.
Posted on Dec 22, 2011
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