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Headlamp wiring diagram on a 98 town and country van. headlamps will not turn off

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FIND HEAD LAMP RELAY TAKE OUT RELAY/ TRY NEW ONE

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  2. Remove the headlamp assemblies.
  3. Hoist vehicle and support with safety stands.
  4. Remove the five push pin fasteners attaching bottom of fascia/air dam to radiator closure panel.
  5. Remove front wheels.
  6. Remove front wheelhouse splash shields fasteners as necessary to gain access to bolts attaching front fascia to fender.
Fig. 1 133387737
Fig. 2 133387738

  1. Remove the two bolts and two nuts attaching fascia to the front fenders (Fig. 1) and (Fig. 2).
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  5. Remove bumper fascia from vehicle.
INSTALLATION


  1. Position front bumper fascia on vehicle (Fig. 1) and (Fig. 2).
  2. Install the two bolts attaching fascia to headlamp mounting panel at each side of grille.
  3. Hoist vehicle and support with safety stands.
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  6. Install front wheels.
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  8. Install the five push pin fasteners attaching bottom of fascia to radiator closure panel.
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  10. Install the headlamp assemblies.

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