Have you checked the daytime running light module?
Check the bulbs and then the multifunction switch (headlight switch)
Low beams are not working and high beams are. If both low beams out, probably not burnt out bulbs and probably is fuse or a switch problem. Could be the bulbs but doubtful. See the Sources and Related Links section below for light bulb info.
No reset switch on a Dodge Ram.
I have the same problem. My high beam switch finally stopped working and now I have to hold the switch in order to keep high beams on. Did you find a solution, or does anyone know what the part number is or how to change the high beam switch? My 2000 MC just started doing the same thing recently :(
Trunk light switch is part of the trunk light socket assembly...
The brake light switch, on a Dodge neon, can be found under the dashboard just below the steering column. The brake light switch just unplugs. Unplug the switch and replace with a new one.
I think you have a faulty light switch or relay, if the bulbs / wiring are ok.
Defective light switch.
Normally caused by faulty dimmer switch.
If fog lights were OEM equipment, try pulling on the headlight switch when low beams are on.
u need to replace with a turnsignal light switch . there is a short in steering column