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I have 96 town and country the back tail light willn't go out

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Start your car, turn emergency lights on. Inspect tail lights. You will see one filament on. Turn the light switch on too, in parking light position. You will see both filaments on. Ask a helper to press the brake pedal too. You will see brake lights on. After completing this test, you will get more information to narrow the problem.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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SOURCE: 96 signature series town car head lights and tail

Sounds like your switch is bad....check the relay and fuse first.

Let us know what you find....

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Replacing bulbs in tail lights in a Town and Country.

  1. Open your tailgate.
  2. Look for two (2) round flat black discs about the size of a dime (but thicker) on the inside of the body (between the red lens and the weather striping).
  3. Using a pair of pliers, pull out each of these two discs.
    • Note they are in tight and may require a fair bit of force to remove.
  4. Make sure the inner part of the disc also comes out. There are two parts to this system, a grommet and a plug:
    1. Push the plug backwards through the grommet.
      • The grommet fits into the actual hole in the body, and is spread by the plug, the pressure holding them in place.
    2. Carefully remove both grommet and plug.
      • The lens assembly will fall away from the vehicle when you pull out the second grommet so be careful.
  5. Note the wiring harness that connects to a plug inside. Beside that plug are two holders for the actual bulbs.
  6. Remove the holder by pressing the sides inwards and pulling. The light socket should come out.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: changing the tail light cover for 2003 town and country minivan

There really is no way to change just the cover. Open the hatch. There are two quarter sized round plastic clips that have to be gently pulled out. Then you can remove the tail light.

Posted on Feb 21, 2010

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