Question about 1986 Dodge Ram Wagon
This is commonly an earthing problem, but can also be caused by a wrong bulb or blown bulb.
Check all bulbs, and that they are tight in their bulb holders, with clean contacts.
The stop\tail bulbs can short out inside the glass from one filament to the other.
Bulbs sometimes look black when the burn out
and try earthing the light assemblys with a small test lead( with an aligator clip either end)
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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