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2011 Dodge Charger Base 4dr Sedan Rallye Plus RWD

2011 Dodge Charger
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Rear Wheel Drive, 4dr Sdn, Large
18 mpg city / 27 mpg hwy
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June 11, 2013, 5:07 am

Walter T
 

Question: rear dome light won't go on

i removed the rear dome bulb to look at the number on it, to replace it, when i re installed it, it does not go on. do you think i bent the prongs that the bulb fits in? if so, how to i fix that.


June 11, 2013, 4:50 pm

Richard W
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I would frist check for battery voltage or use a test light to see if it has voltage at it. The if there is voltage there take the test light and put the ground lead on one side then the pointer on the other side of the terminals. The test light should light up. If so make sure the bulb is the same number. If not that could be why it does not come on. If you can see that the tangers are bent. You just have to use a small screw driver to bend it back.


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