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I have a 2004 dodge caravan,one day both my headlights and my window washing fluid quit working. Are they a combined fuse? my blinkers work fine and so does the wipers, just not the lights n fluid? any ideas as to why? thanks alot

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  • Brett Koenen Dec 17, 2011

    Also having the same issue. Tapping the fuse box sometimes work... Iwould like to hear if anone has a solution, as in Northern Alberta, gotta stop driving at about 3:30 pm.

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    mady1855 Jul 22, 2012

    I'm having the same problem with my headlights and washer fluid. Was hoping all I needed to do was change a fuse or 2. I brought her to my local Canadian Tire and was told I need to change the BCM (Body Control Motor) and the Fuse Box Assembly. They are looking for used parts for me but warned me it won't be cheap. Has anyone had this done?

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I have the same problem. To me it looks like the washer fluid and headlights are on the same relay but replacing the relay does nothing. I disconnected the battery and removed the computer from the front of the relay box to let it reset and everything seemed to work fine at first. After restarting the car 3 or 4 times, the problem returned. Not sure what to do...

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  • nish_kwe May 19, 2011

    im going through the exact same thing! have you guys found the problem yet? i had my front module replaced but now when my daytime lights are on only the right side works, when i turn ON my headlights the right side wont work but the left side does. This is getting rediculous! i need help!

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