Question about 2004 Dodge Stratus
I have had the same problem with my 2004 dodge ram 1500. I also ran a ground wire from the good headlight to the passenger h/l. This worked for about a day. I took it to the dealer. For a $100, they informed me that I would need a new power modulator ( fancy name for fusebox under the hood), and a new wire to that headlight with an estimated cost of $700. I believe the problem is in the dimmer switch. It cost $67. I will try to install it this weekend, and I will let you know if it works....
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
Well the low beams have fuses and they also have relays. if both bulbs stopped working at the same time than more than likely its the relay. this is located under the hood in the distribution center but before you buy you can test with the relay from the high beams should be the same type. If side of the headlight stopped working first than it is more probable that it is one of the fuses located inside the car under the dash.
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