Question about Dodge Caravan
It sounds like you may have a bad ground . Ck the connectors at the head lights both sides make sure they are clean and free of corrotion also if you have a multimeter ck for a ohm reading on the ground wire at the head light connector it should have less then a .5 ( 1/2 ) ohm drop. One wire (black) is the ground , the other two wires are power they will alternate power as you switch from high to low beam.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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