Question about 1993 Plymouth Sundance
Posted by Anonymous on
Low beam filaments may be blown. The high and low beams have separate filaments. You can remove connections and test bulbs with an ohm meter.
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same van with similar problems. I had a small leak from the lower left corner of the windshield that dripped down into my fuse box when we had a heavy rain. My defrost light and dome lights got stuck on. We had to remove the fuses and let the box dry out. We had to take it to someone to find the leak and caulk the windshield. I don't know if this might help but you might look into this????? Good luck.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: low beams don't work
there is two things that could be wrong .. check under the hood for your power distribution box .. its black and 3 inches wide and about 8 inches long .. this contains your relays. and some fuses. on the inside of the lid it tells which one is which.. look for low beam relay .. if it is ok check your low beam bulbs and make sure they arent burnt out.. these two things should fix your problem .. or at least one of these should .. holler if you need more. Jerry
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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