Question about Plymouth Neon
In that case the wiring in that side is faulty Since there are different sets of lights that have failed you should look at first at the ground wires.
How to test it: get a voltmeter, press the brake pedal and turn the signal, remove the wire connector from the bulbs and see if you get 12 v, if you don't the the wire harness has a flaw (you will gonna have to practically dismantle the rear of the car to access the wire loom and find and fix the flaw). If you have 12v then the problem is in the wire connectors themselves or in the tail lights block - look for corrosion, this is the usual cause.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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