Question about 1995 Dodge Dakota
Change light switch and pigtail harness yet no luck
Posted by Anonymous on
I'd say you have a bad ground somewhere,and there's no easy way to find.what I would do is at each connection front or rear I would find groundcut it and splice in a knew one. what james said about the swich getting hot does happen if you have a bad ground.But theres other places to check to.fuse box,may have a short,any wires that look burnt I would trace them.wire coupleings,go and get some eletrical grease and put on and into all couples and connections. good luck
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
I had this problem once! I traced it to the light switch. It got hot so many times over the years that the connection on the wire ends on the back of the switch lost contact. They are the flat push on pull off type. I had to cut the one going to the running lights out of the bundle with a dremel ,install a new end and push it on last after I had pushed the main bundle back on. That got it going!
Posted on Apr 27, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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