I have a 93 and did these steps Not too difficult BUT you must be CAREFUL and have patience.... IF NOT = STOP STOP Disconnect your battery = you do not want airbag to inflate by error or cause a short in any dash module. I highly recommend MARKING screws and pieces as you remove them take some digital pictures to help refer back to REMEMBER TO CAREFULLY REMOVE /REPLACE ANY CONNECTORS do not break pins or plastic connectors ALSO NOTE WHICH AREA LIGHT IS OUT = has several bulbs NOW You must first remove BEZEL.. plastic piece that covers CLUSTER box There is a narrow strip on top ( looks like a vent ) It snaps in place (has a bunch of fingers) so CAREFULLY pull or pry it up This strip covers screws for WARNING LIGHT MODULE Remove the screws to the WARNING module CAREFULLY lift it and remove connector to it ( might be blue ) Place module in a SAFE place !! DO NOT DROP OR BANG IT You can now remove screws that hold BEZEL = a few along back edge and a few at bottom dash. Once BEZEL is loose, you need to unplug connectors to Light and WIPER switches. I had 3 on LIGHT and 1 on WIPER. Be sure you know which connector goes where Set BEZEL in safe place NOW You will see CLUSTER box STOP HERE = MAKE SURE SHIFT LEVER IS IN PARK WHY?? = gear indicator cable goes into back of CLUSTER box You can now remove the screws that hold CLUSTER box CAREFULLY pull the box forward and look at back where shift cable goes in...there probably are 2 screws that hold shift indicator to CLUSTER box. You can remove them = indicator can be removed THERE may also be a light connector that you will need to unplug DO NOT BEND OR TWIST INDICATOR CABLE NOW CLUSTER box should be free HANDLE CLUSTER BOX WITH CARE = SENSITIVE WITH GAUGES The bulbs twist into place = USE CARE removing / installing into circuit board OK now reverse steps to put back together. DO NOT FORCE PIECES OR CONNECTORS INTO PLACE you can do a lot of damage Make sure you connect ALL CONNECTORS to proper places BE SURE INDICATOR CABLE IS NOT TWISTED OR PINCHED = MUST BE FREE OR INDICATOR MAY NOT MOVE PROPERLY!!!!!! About an hour in time to do it carefully
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It is a security light. The dealer should be able to update the cluster so it will shut off.
in the instrument cluster
after the 96 model year dodge quit using them
The dealer will know how to access the codes for the brakes. When that is fixed it should not lock up then.
remove neg batteries cable for 15 seconds
Light Cypress Green Metallic is the exterior color code "PG2" for a 1999-2000 Dodge Caravan.
See sources and related links below to lookup Dodge Caravan brake light lamp part numbers by vehicle year.
Diagnose the fault and repair it. If you do not have the technical ability to do so then you should take it to a competent mechanic.
Need to know which light is blinking.
With an OBD2 scan tool.
A scan tool is required.
White with black words.
The Dodge Caravan brake light fuse can be found in the fuse box. The fuse box is located in the engine compartment. The location of the fuse can be found on the inside cover of the fuse box.
Where is the brake light fuse found on a 1996 dodge grandcaravan
The headlights on a Dodge Caravan are adjusted by turning the screws located on the top and side of each light. They should be adjusted with the lights pointed at a wall for accuracy.
Resetting an engine light on a 1996 Dodge Caravan SE is very easy to do. The battery can be disconnected for up to one minute to make the check engine light go off.
have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
If you do the service tire system light will always be on.
AutoAnything. The AutoAnything website has an extensive selection of lights for a Dodge Caravan. All of the lights for sale have reviews. If you want to find reviews on the "Caravan of Light" album by various artists, check Amazon.
The antilock system has detected a malfunction.
Bulb, wiring, or computer malfunction.
In ebay.com, search by overhead console.
Just pull it out. It simply pops in place.