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To replace the 2nd seat dome light bulb in 1999 Dodge Durango, simply use a small, flat-head screwdriver to trip/release the clip-latch located in the center-rear of the clear, plastic light cover. The clear, plastic cover will swing down towards the vehicle front, the 'fuse'-shaped bulb can be GENTLY pried out of its mountings and replaced.
The odds are the one fuse is blown for the dash and the tail lights. And the wrong bulb may have been put in for the brake light. The brake light is feeding back into the tail light circuit causing the fuse to blown out.
Change out the bulbs with OEM bulbs and replace the blown fuse. That should fix the problem.
headlight cover does not have to be removed. Open your hood and reach in to the back of the headlight assembly grasp the main headlight plug and pull while turning counter clockwise. the bulb should come out with the plug, the bulb will then unclip from the plug, good luck