probably needs to be replaced easy thing to do
A fuse needs replaced.
Should be common to the parking/tailight fuse
From what I have read it is your under the hood fuse box. Pretty sure if it needs to be replaced you will have to replace the whole fuse box...
Bulbs. All the bulbs are fed from the same fuse.
If there is just one light out, the bulb probably burnt out and needs to be replaced. A single bulb will not have a fuse.
No, this means there is a fault in the fuse box or your transmission needs to be replaced
There isn't a fuse or bulb. The whole assembly needs to be replaced. At Honda it costs over $400.
pop your hood and find the what "FUSE PANEL" find the fuse marked Parking lights and replace it. Its that simple. it might not be a fuse have you replaced the bulb or checked your contacts from your wiring?
Remove the power then remove the fuse. With an ohmmeter put the leads on both ends and read the meter. If it shows "zero" then the fuse is good and can conduct electricity. If it shows anything else than the fuse is defective and needs to be replaced.
The yellow dashboard warning light you are seeing on your 2003 Dodge Neon is most likely the fuse warning light. You will most likely need to go to a mechanic to find out which fuse needs to be replaced.
If it is not running and the fuse an relay is good it needs replacing. Even if it is running it may no be pumping. A fuel pressure test will verify if it is good or bad.
If just one tailight out -should be a burned out bulb If all parking/tail/ and dash lights outs may be fuse
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There is a fuse in the back of the trip computer that needs to be replaced
The problem probably wasn't the bulb. The problem is the fuse is blown and needs to be replaced and the problem will be resolved.
Your High/Low switch is bad and needs to be replaced.
look for an unhooked wire on the seatbelt itself or under the seat.
If there is power to the fuse and the fuse is good, then the fan motor needs to be replaced - the bearings are bad. You may be able to just replace the bearings if you are cleaver.
Check the fuse box(es) for a burnt fuse. Also, check to see if the front indicators work - if not, the flasher unit probably needs to be replaced.
I'm not entirely sure if this is the same problem, but my interior lights quit a while back, and I fixed it by replacing the fuse for my tail lights. I believe the fuse was under the hood.
Dodge doesn't sell the bushings separately, so the entire assembly needs replaced unless you can find them in the aftermarket.Dodge doesn't sell the bushings separately, so the entire assembly needs replaced unless you can find them in the aftermarket.
This is in the rear compartment fuse block, located in the trunk of the vehicle. Access the fuse block through the trunk panel on the driver's side of the rear cargo area. It will be fuse number 20 that needs to be replaced for the cig lighter.
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