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Old 08-10-2003, 04:11 PM
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ON MY DODGE RAM 100 1986 FUSE BOX ALL FUSES GOOD BUT NO POWER TO HEADLIGHTS. ON THE REAR OF FUSE BOX THERE ARE 3 CONNECTORS THEY LINE UP WITH FUSES ON THE FRONT OF FUSE BOX. AT THE CONNECTORS THERE IS VOLTAGE EXCEPT TO MIDDLE CONNECTORS NO VOLTAGE. THIS NO VOLTAGE CONNECTORS I THINK GIVES VOLTAGES TO THE FUSES THAT RUN THE LIGHTS. TRACED THE WIRE TO THE REAR OF WHAT THE BOOK CALLS BULKHEAD CONNECTOR 50 WAY. I CALL IT A JUNCTION BOX, THERE ARE NO FUSES ARE RELAYS INSIDE JUST,50 CIRCUITS MALE AND FEMALE I THINK THAT CONNECT TO EACH OTHER. MY QUESTION IS ON THIS WIRE CAN I CHECK FOR VOLTAGE IF SO [I DID AND THERE IS NO VOLTAGE THIS IS AT THE REAR OF THE BULKHEAD CONNECTOR UNDER THE DASH] DO I GO UNDER THE HOOD REMOVE ALL THE COVERING ON THE WIRING HARNESS FIND THE WIRE AND CHECK VOLTAGE THERE AND TRACE TO HEADLIGHTS TOWARD BATTERY. THIS THE ONLY THING I CAN THINK OF. HAVE CHECKED EVERYTHING ELSE. SORRY THIS POST IS SO LONG.

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Old 08-13-2003, 10:41 PM
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Did you test the dimmer switch? That is the first place I always check. Next check the headlight switch itself. The most common problems in headlight failure.
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Got it fixed. Problem was wire connector at junction box. Everything working now. thanks
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