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1999 Dodge Neon- all lights go out while driving

Light switch sometimes doesn't work or turns off by itself

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Have you checked for any recalls for that vehicle? Many dodge/chrysler vehicles had problems with the electrical shorting out either under the dash or at the firewall I think.I dont remember the specifics but its a place to start. Also, If all your instrument gauges, heater blower motor, and everything else electrical still works when the lights dont, its probably a bad switch.

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