Question about 2005 Dodge Magnum
You can get to bulbs, and screws to the tail light assembly, by pulling the liner by the light you want to work on
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I had a 1994 Dodge Ram. The Red Dodge Ram I had it malfunctioned and my brake became the throttle. I had to put the truck in reverse then park. to stop, after it was out of control at 80 mph a hill slowed us down. Are you sure its not electrical and the curse control is not giving you trouble? Mine had multifunction switch was not working and the headlight switch burned up. I also found out that Audi had problem with the brake becoming the throttle in the 1980s Daimler Chrysler and Audi were German made. I don't think there is an easy answer. I hope you stay safe. Another man is having strange trouble also. I'm sure there are many more people with trouble with the vehicles. I wish Dodge would step up to the truth. and recall their nightmares. I saw many of their 1996 Dodge trucks at their dealers shop with all the electrical pulled out.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Sometimes the problem is "Use it or Lose it." Because the rear windows are not used very often (especially if you have no children or other rear seat passengers) the window motor and/or switches develop a patina and do not make good electrical contact.
Try this: With the key switch in the ON or ACC position to energize the window, activate the switch and hold it while firmly slamming the door. The purpose here is to create a vibration while the electricity is flowing. Be sure and try both switches to eliminate all possibilities. This trick works quite often.
If you are successful, remember to cycle the windows every time you have the opportunity to keep them working. Remember: "Use it or Lose it."
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
1. Open the tailgate.
2. Look closely at the side of the brake light cover where it is closest to the tailgate. It is black plastic.
3. You will see two roundish looking outlines in the black plastic (not the two outlines in the plastic that is the same color as your van). There is just enough of a crack to slide a small screwdriver into the crack.
4. Pop the little plastic "doors" up to reveal 10mm nuts with Philips heads.
5. Remove the bolt/screw from each of the two holes. The tail light cover will be loose, but it will not come out yet.
6. Find something small to pry with. It should be plastic or you might scratch your paint.
7. On the side of the van where the tail light cover is flush (the far opposite end of where the bolts were), push a small tool (screwdriver?) under the edge of the cover and pry straight up. There is a peg that fits snugly into a hole in the van. The peg is attached to the tail light cover. With a small flashlight, you should be able to see the peg after prying it up just a little. The peg will pop out and that will allow you to change the bulb.
8. To replace the cover, start by popping the peg back into the hole, then replace the two screws. Finish by snapping the screw covers shut.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Open the trunk and along the bottom of the tail light, there should be a Philips screw securing a cover piece. (your car may or may not have this piece)
With the cover off, there will be another 2 screws securing the bottom of the tail light assembly. Remove the screws and pull the bottom out and the top is held in by two retainers that should just slide right out
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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