Question about 2002 Dodge Stratus
My son stuck a screwdriver in the socket when I was not looking and shorted out the socket. The fuse is not blown (that I can tell) and I changed socket - still no power - any suggestions ?? Thanks, Greg
CHECK FOR POWER IN REVERSE OF THE SOCKET WITH A TEST LIGHT, A TEST LIGHT IS YOUR BEST SOLUTION IT WILL TELL U WHERE THERE IS POWER AT IN THE CIRCUIT. CHECK UR LOCAL HARDWARE FOR A TEST LIGHT USUALLY ABOUT $5 AT MENARDS
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