Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
Hi, the problem your having is not going to be a relay problem, all you need to do is get a new control arm you know the arm you use to turn the lights on and off, what happens is over time the copper contacts ware and then you lose the connection so when you press the lights on they just wont work.
so all you need to do is replace this arm, its an easy job to do and all you need to do is remove the upper and lower cowling from around the steering wheel and once this is off you should be able to slide the arm off its lock and unplug the block connector for the wires and then refit the new arm.
this will then solve your problem and get your lights up and running again, before you do the work check all your fuses just to rule out a fuse being the problem but the chances are its going to be the control arm.
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on May 16, 2010
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