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Old 10-03-2013, 11:29 PM
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Ok, maybe a bad bulb? I was having an issue like yours, except it was with my map lights. Different generation Ram, so I'm guessing a different issue. I fixed mine with a resistor. Now I'm stumped. I reckon it's time to break out the volt meter and start testing and troubleshooting. Wish I could've been more help.
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