Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck
After you checked all fuses and ensured they are good, and checked all bulbs and sockets for burning or corrosion. Confirm power and grounds to all wiring to the lights in the back with a dvom (digital volt ohm meter), check especially the common ground for all these lights, should be in left side fender but trace it manually and see that the connection is good and solid on the chassis and that no rust or corrosion are built up there. also you could try running a jumper ground wire to the ground side of the wiring to the bulbs to check that this is or is not the problem. but be sure to only put the good jumper ground you create to the ground side or you will create a dead short and burn fuses or possible cause damage or even fire. if you are unsure about checking these things you should bring it to a certified mechanic who specializes in checking wiring and electrical problems. hope this will help you. good luck.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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