Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Hello! Since the vehicle is a '99 and a truck, I would suspect poor ground connections at the brake light connectors...Check the sockets for rust and corrosion...The brake light sockets are a multiple ground...If you have a meter set it to the X10 ohm scale...Using a jumper wire, read from the center of the - battery post to the ground connections of the brake lights...Should read less then 50 ohm's...
Changing the bulb aggravated a resistive ground at the brake light multiple...I would remove bulbs and sandpaper the inside of all sockets and the ground wire to insure it is on bare metal chassis...Send a comment with results...
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Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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