Question about Chrysler Town and Country
Low beam headlight burned out. Got new bulb and new bulb will not burn. Used meter to check resistance in bulb and buld checked out.
Low beam and high beam come off same group of wires, but are separate connections. High beam works fine. Is there a way to check the wire and connection for the low beam.
1998 Chrsyler Town & Country
Hi, if you have a meter to check the bulb, use it to check the wiring to the socket or wiring for power when light switch is turned on. You should have around 12 volts depending on year and type of truck or auto. If the old bulb was burned, you should have power there. When you turn on switch, the other side should work and you will know you have power and it may just be corroded. Check this and you should find the problem. Please keep me posted on this, I will be around to help you. Please rate me kindly if I have been of help to you.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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