Dodge Intrepid is a car upper-medium class produced by the American company Dodge in 1993-2004. Available as a 4-door sedan. Successor models and Monaco Dynasty. Used to drive V6 engines. Power was transferred to the front axle via a 4-speed automatic gearbox. In 2001, the Intrepid was introduced to NASCAR racing after an absence of 16 years of Chrysler.
The Intrepid was successful and gave Dodge for the first time since a 1977 victory. In 2003, the R / T was deleted and debuted the new SXT with the 3.5-liter which was improved to 250 hp. Meanwhile, the once revolutionary design began nevertheless to date and the amount of sales back. In August 2004, the model was replaced after 12 years by the new LX models under the Dodge Magnum (2005) and the Dodge Charger (2006).
The following schematic illustrates the 2004 Dodge Intrepid Rear Lighting Wiring Diagram