where is the headlight fuse or relay

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Asked by Dec 15, 2007 at 06:49 PM about the 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 SLT 2dr Regular Cab 4WD LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the drivers side light is out the bulb is new but can find fuse or relay the fuse panel under the hood dose not have a fuse

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no fuse re check plug in if tight may be bad bulb.

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Yes, a fuse or relay wouldn't cause only a single bulb to be out. Suggest having the dealership check this out, this should still fall under your 3/36 basic warranty, they may need to replace the socket.

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TIPM ....The fuse box by the battery has to be replaced.....It's a Dodge Scam...Have the same problem, so do a lot of other RAM owners... I'll never buy another Dodge again...Google and research The Totally Integrated Power Module....T.I.P.M. and you'll see what scumbags Dodge is. The Dealership is going to Charge you about $100 Diagnostic fee to tell you how f**ked you are with their truck.... instead of a $3 fuse they will charge you close to a thousand dollars to replace your whole power module.... there is no fuse... they f**ked us all...ao F**k Dodge.

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All you have to do is jump power from the passenger headlight to the driver headlight by splicing the low beam wire. That's all I did on my 2006 Ram 2500 and have not had a problem yet and only cost me the price of an about 4ft piece of wire and 2 wire nuts.

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yea its in your fcm it telll the dash light out switch to come on went thru three of them did the jumper wire somtimes have to hit high beams then low then they come on but if the bulb your jumping off goes out both lights wont work on low f dodge

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I used a relay with a trigger wire from the other headlight. Then ran a power feed through a fuse to the relay then to the driver side headlight. ($15 vs$800 repair) I am doing research now to replace the TIPM with a good old fuse box.

All you have to do is have someone who has a Diagnostic Scanner and clear the codes stored in the Body Control Module. If codes are present it will shut the circuit down til fixed.

GuruZ8PDT —-> so let me see if I’m understanding this correctly, when I turn the headlights on and everything else comes on accept the low beam bulbs your saying I have to have it hooked up to a Diagnostic Scanner and have my codes cleared because the circuit for the low beams is jammed ? And once I clear the codes my low beams will work

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Yup! Have you had this issue repaired yet? i'm having the same problem with my left high beam

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I just fixed my 2004 ,right low beam was a bad connection between the front power module and fuse box or tipm. Removed the module from fuse box and fed power thru pin #1 into fuse box and light works . Cleaned and bent pin a little on module and plugged back in and it works !

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