Question about Dodge Shadow
You probably have a bad ground connection in the socket. where the 3 wires come in. There ar 2 that go to the middle and one off to the sied of the socket. the one to the side, usually black, is the ground. You can try to wiggle it but be careful due to posible corrosion in the socket, it may snap the wire. That is what happened to me and I needed to replace the socket after that.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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