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Asked by May 27, 2017 at 03:01 PM about the 2000 Dodge Caravan SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I  have a dodge caravan 2000 witch  had
automatic  front  lights  go during  the day,
took it to mecanic, he said I my van  
doesn't  have that option.  I ow I have  
because  I  know  l have since lve  had  it
lm a woman  senior  and I can't  make
them believe  me what can I  do

4 Answers

71,775

You're talking about Daytime Running Lamps. Could be a few things that made them go out. A burned out high beam headlight bulb, bad daytime running light module, or an emergency brake that's not fully released. HTH. -Jim

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Where do I locate the running light module? Mechanic told me I never had day time running lights, I've driven this since my husband bought it I know I had light go on as soon I turn the car on, unfortunately my husband passed away, so I'm fending for my self just let me know where to locate the module,

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71,775

It's usually under the dash. On the driver's side near the steering column. Looks like a black box with wires plugged into it. HTH. -Jim

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