Change the sensor located on rear-end housing
Check the headlight bulbs.
See http://autos.msn.com/research/vip/reliability.aspx?year=1998&make=Dodge&model=Durango . Under "Brakes". It's probably the Rear Axle Speed Sensor. Easy Fix. Do-It-Yourself. Search this site or Google "Replace rear axle speed sensor 1998 Durango"
I use a scan tool after repairing the cause of the code.
This is the vehicle's way of telling you that one of the light bulbs on that circuit is burned out
If the air bag s were deployed you will have to take the vehicle to the dealership to have the light turned off.
From behind the light bezel (under the truck) quarter turn and remove the lamp holder. Replace with an "893" type bulb
Replace the turn signal flasher relay.
i have a dodge durango 200 but one of my key got lost and if i use my spere key it only turn the alarm on but i cant turn alar of.is there a way to do it?
Turn counterclockwise while pulling out.
Turn the key on, engine off, press the gas pedal to the floor three times. cycle key and light should be off.
C'mon... someone out there must know how to do this... My light is on, too... and my local Dodge dealer is telling me I have to replace the whole console!!! If all of the tires are set properly, then you have a sensor or module failure.
www.autozone.com Repair- component location.
Dodge Durango turn signal relay locationThat relay is on a hidden panel, behind the interior fuse panel you access by opening the driver's door. You get to the hidden panel from under the dashboard, and it will be the 5 pin relay at the very top of the panel. I replaced this relay on my 2000 Durango to restore the turn signals just yesterday.
Could be the flasher unit.
if im not mistaken its the top one the middle is turn then u have the back up light all them the same buble then work off a rail system for power
Most likely a bad turn signal flasher
sounds like a short circuit in trailer plug or wires to it?
Flasher Relay is defective. Replace it.
You probably have a burned light bulb, either in the front or rear.
you need to remove the small screw on the park /turn assembly from the front. then you have access to the 2 bolts on the bottom of the h/light then two higher up on either side.Ron
You will need to have the entire computer system checked for trouble codes. At minimum the abs and airbag coomputers will have cods with those lights staying on. If you know the code numbers you can then diagnose.
A wire is broken, or pulled out of the multifunction switch plug.
If it is the same as the green light on my Dodge Durango rearview mirror, it dims the amount of light being reflected off of the mirror from lights behind you. You can turn the dim feature off (indicated by the green light being off) with a button on the rearview mirror.
The rear, 2 screws and the tail light comes out. The front, there's a small T15 torx screw under the headlight. Then just pull the signal assembly straight out.
more than likely one of ur bulbs are out like blinker bulbs in front or rearor sometimes a brake light its happen to me