Question about 1989 Dodge Daytona
Depending on your model and make, it is possible that your light's air pump is no longer functioning. The lights on most popup light cars raise by pneumatic pressure, and while some lights use pressure from other airpumps, others may have their own.
It is possible that the air hose is damaged, crimped, or otherwise nonfunctional, and it is also possible that the pump itself is damaged.
Check the hoses first. They are the cheapest part, and in almost every condition, a long-sitting cars hoses will dry-rot to the point of being no longer useable.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
Testimonial: "*it isnt air that lifts them im pretty sure its a motor. might have siezed?"
I have a totally original dodge daytona 1989 es. my headlights worked but would not flip up. i replaced the fuse. its the same fuse for the cigarette lighter. put a new yellow fuse in and the lights work totally fine now. if not then the motor is most likely shot. becasue there is no air mechanism involved in this model car.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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