It is in the headlight switch. There is a small piece of metal shaped like a hurricane weather symbol on the back of the switch, inside the switch assembly. The metal completes the circuit when you pull out the switch. The problem is, it is just glued to the back of the switch. You can disassemble the switch, and use a VERY small screw to attach the metal piece to the back of the switch. It is tedious work, takes about a half hour, and some dash disassembly, but it will cost less than a buck for the tiny screw. Or pay the $60 for the new switch assembly. You still have to take the dash apart, so try to fix the switch first. I did this over a year ago and it works great. I tried super glue first and it lasted 2 days. You need the screw!
Have your alternator checked out.
Check ground circuit
Most likely the problem is faulty brake light switch.
4x4 dash lights on a Dodge Durango don't work
The fuses on the 2000 Dodge Durango should be labeled for each part such as the tail lights. The tail light fuse is a 30 A.
Loosed ground, short on wire, faulty light bulb. Most likely cause, if all the lights are affected, is a faulty light switch.
some times the tail lights won,t work
Faulty bulbs, faulty switch, faulty wiring, disconnected ground.
no most likely not. It could be a faulty ground wire
Brake lights and tail lights. (Unless you have a spotter telling you of course)
a bad fuse of a faulty switch.
It is fault P222a.
i believe it has a faulty headlight relay.
There is a faulty fuse that goes to the interior lights. There could also be a short in the wiring that leads to the lights.
do 1998 ford f450 have day time running lights
Unpredictable engine performance and pulsating lights are some of the signs of a faulty voltage regulator. A dead battery is also a symptom of a faulty voltage regulator.
Burned out bulb Faulty socket and/or wiring/ ground Faulty turn signal flasher Faulty turn signal Switch
You could have a blowen fuse or a faulty connection!
dome lights do not work. checked the fuse which is ok. checked the bulbs which are also ok. where is the problem
faulty brake switch
A faulty bulb?
door open light is on, locks and mirrors will not work
A blown fuse, a faulty ( or dirty ) reverse light switch, faulty wiring, a blown bulb or a poor ground could cause reverse lights not to work. If one light doesn't work it's likely to be a blown bulb, faulty wiring or a poor ground. If both don't work it's probably a blown fuse, a faulty reverse light switch or faulty wiring.