It may be a back up switch located on top of transmission.
Fuse, bulbs, switch, wiring.
normal wear and tear. Brake light switch, bulbs or sockets.
bulbs blown on high side or wiring shorted
A blown fuse can cause the dashlights and taillights to stop working on a 2001 Dodge 1500.
My 2003 dodge ram 1500 has a 4.7L and my question is when i lock my truck the security lights like the park lights wont come off and i dont know what i did any help?
1500 watt metal halide bulbs are usually used
Check the fuse. If that's okay, the bulbs may need replacing. If they're okay too, check for wiring and ground faults. (I am not a mechanic.)
The reverse lights are not adjustable.
One or more of the tail lights, head lights, or brake lights is out.
The ground wire at the bulbs is black.
I have an 08" Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 and just upgraded to plasma bulbs, Before I did this noticed that the low beams where a little low and intended to raise them when I changed out the bulbs and notice one adjustment screw only,where is the adjustment to raise the low beam? Jose
One or more headlight/taillight bulbs are inoperative.
One of the exterior lights is not functioning properly.One of the exterior lights is not functioning properly.
The switch is likely bad. Check the power going in and out of the switch.
It means that one of the head/tail lights is not working.
One fuse block in the dash, and one under the hood
i had the same problem and i replaced the sensor/switch on the brake pedal itself and got mine to work.
pull the light switch outward with clearance light or headlights on!
1997 dodge ram 1500 tried head light switch did not work.head lights and running lights do not work at the same time.
check wire continuity- no power no lights
If you mean the brake lights are stuck on, then check the stoplight switch located on the top of the brake pedal.
where can you find a website for free diagram of tail light wiring on a 1994 dodge 1500 truck?
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
Pull out on the headlight switch knob after rotating one notch clockwise.