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post #1 of 4 Old 05-30-2019, 01:43 AM Thread Starter
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Headlights and more, not working

This morning, after starting up and getting ready to head out, turned in my headlights, and nothing. Taillights don't work, along with my delayed wipers, power locks, and cab lights. Blinkers, radio, power windows, and brakes are all good. Checked the battery and alternator, all good. Thoughts??
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Is this for a 64 Nova?

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My bad. 2001 Dakota
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This morning, after starting up and getting ready to head out, turned in my headlights, and nothing. Taillights don't work, along with my delayed wipers, power locks, and cab lights. Blinkers, radio, power windows, and brakes are all good. Checked the battery and alternator, all good. Thoughts??
I had a very similar problem, a few years ago. It involved the headlight flashing on and off, which increased in frequency over time. The only cure, turned out to be replacing the body control module. To my dismay, (although it is a simple fix) I could not order the part from any parts dealer and I would not use a used one. I had to take it to a Chrysler dealer and have it repaired.* No problems since.
*Note: This repair can be performed with simple tools and only takes 5 minutes. Be forewarned, the dealer book calls for a 1 hour minimum charge, which I confronted the clerk about. I left the vehicle with them and was called 15 minutes later, advising me it was ready, with the appropriate charge. Good luck.
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