What fuse would you replace for the tail lights in a 2000 dodge durango?
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.
Why would brake lights hazard lights and turn signals all quit working at the same time in a 1999 Dodge Durango?
I hope you are not driving this vehicle with so many faults? Obviously an electrical system problem. Start with the obvious thing, fuses, then check all the bulbs by removing them and looking at the filament wires and the base to see if they are broken or corroded. Finally check the flasher both regular signals plus the hazard flashers, and replace as needed.
You're probably trying to get to the evaporator, which is located in the HVAC compartment under the dash, by the passenger side door. This will contain the evaporator, heater core, and blower fan. Before opening up an AC system, you need to have the refrigerant recovered and stored - releasing it into the atmosphere is illegal and poses significant risk to the person doing it. Also, whenever you open up an AC system, you must…
The speed sensor is the last thing i would replace outta the three. You have to replace your front hubs. they are easily done. Three bolts and a hammer to pop the old bearing out. The new hubs come with a new abs sensor. they are roughly $150-$200. I recently did mine and was finished both in an hr and half. The book calls for 2.5hrs.