Change your break light fuse, it is tied to your dashboard lights. Happened to me twice already. The fuse is a number 15 (blue) of the larger kind. The location of the fuse is in front of your (orat least mine) air filter. Actually I've dealt with this problem for awhile but since Im in school to become a mechanic I fixed the problem! All it is, is the rheostat, the dial to the left under your steering wheel that rolls. It can either be replaced costing 62 bucks or you can take a short wire and jump the load from that positive wire on the rheostat to the ground wire on it. You wont be able to adjust how bright the lights are but you will have light to see. Keep it easy to begin with. Fuse first! If the fuse is all good then move on. Always check fuses...always.
Check fuse for parking/tail dash lights Could be an open in dimmer rheostat
Yes it will.
The bulbs should be checked on a 1993 Dodge Dakota if the taillights are not working. The plugs on the trailer package should also be checked to make sure that they are working.
dodge stealth is same as 3000gt stealth rt tt is same as 3000gt vr4
A blown fuse can cause the dashlights and taillights to stop working on a 2001 Dodge 1500.
WHERE DO YOU CHECK THE FUEL PRESSURE ON A 1991 DODGE STEALTH
The Dodge Stealth was manufactured in Japan, the sister car to Mitsubishi's 3000GT. Japan's decade-long recession in the 90s had much to do with the Stealth's demise. The Stealth was intended to rebrand Dodge and Chrysler by identifying with a sporty car.
around 3000 rmps
10w-30 fully synthetic
it should be 75w90 or 80w90 gear oil.
You should replace your fuel circuit..
The brake lights and all of the rear lights can be access through the inside back molding in the rear. there are little knobs that you turn to access them.