Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
There can be one of four reasons you'll need to check: bulbs are burnt out, switch or relay is bad, fuse is burnt out, or there is a broken or bare wire that is interrupting the current flow.
Check the fuse, then the bulbs (if those are burnt out it means there might be a short somewhere that needs to be traced or replacements will burn out), if you can get to the switch/relay then check connections and continuity. If none of these works you will need to either do an electrical trace for a short or get someone to do it (can be a real pain). Good luck.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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