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rusure 09-19-2011 08:33 PM

Fuse box help
 
Driving a 2004 Dodge Ram 2500 automatic. I've been searching for more information but can't find anything conclusive. I got a lamp out light on and simultaneously my headlight and tail light on the driver side stopped working. I know others said the lamp out light has come and gone but mine has remained on. I replaced a bulb that may have been bad and tested all the remaining tail lights on the passenger side and they all worked with no improvement. I was told a new fuse box (I believe it's actually called the Integrated Power Module) was needed but I'm looking to see if I should try any other options or what that part # is if that is what is needed. Thank you in advance for your help!

MATT137 09-20-2011 03:59 PM

I dont Have a part number for you but you might try to see if you have a bad conection to the feuse box first and if its good than mabe check the wires whare thay conect to another wire like a trailer plug if you have one. I had a revers light out and i replaced it and it still didnt work, turns out that it was a bad conection to the trailer plug. But that wont make the front and rear lamps go out at the same time. So do as above and check feuses and hope for the best. I hope this helps and it all works out for you

rusure 09-21-2011 09:21 AM

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Originally Posted by MATT137 (Post 617634)
I dont Have a part number for you but you might try to see if you have a bad conection to the feuse box first and if its good than mabe check the wires whare thay conect to another wire like a trailer plug if you have one. I had a revers light out and i replaced it and it still didnt work, turns out that it was a bad conection to the trailer plug. But that wont make the front and rear lamps go out at the same time. So do as above and check feuses and hope for the best. I hope this helps and it all works out for you

I thought the same thing but I'm not sure why both the headlight and tail light would go out at the same time from a wire issue. I'm not a mechanic though so I'm honestly not sure, I'll try to investigate them more thoroughly.


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