Question about Plymouth Voyager
You need to check to see if you have anyfire in the light socket.Check and see if you have a tail light when you cut the lights on if you dont and you do have powerthen its the ground.Take a wire and touch one end of the wire to a bolt or something that you can get a ground then touch the metal of the bulb while its in the socket. If it works when you do that then look inside of the socket and you will see a littl piece of metal sticking out make sure its not flattened out if it is just pull it out some good luck
Posted on May 22, 2011
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