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1990 Mazda Miata, Tail lights, Interior lights not working! :\

I have a problem with my tail lights in my mazda. Brake lights working great but the light that supposed to be working during night time are not. By the way the front lights are working too! Also the light of the panel inside is not working. Can anyone please tell me how to fix it?
Thanks alot in advance!

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  • denicet Sep 08, 2008

    I am having the same exact problem only I have a 1991 Honda Accord LX.  I checked all my fuses and light bulbs and none of them seem to be burned out.  Any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2008

    I have a 91 Miata with the same problem; fuse was blown, replaced, but it immediately blew again. I just installed a CD player - could that have something to do with it?

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I have a problem with my tail lights in my mazda. Brake lights working great but the light that supposed to be working during night time are not. By the way the front lights are working too! Also the light of the panel inside is not working. Can anyone please tell me how to fix it?
Thanks alot in advance!

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I have a 94 miata no dash or running light an change la10 relay and fuse still didnt help and sugggestions?

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I have a 1992 Miata with the same problem as above. I checked the break light bulbs and they both have all the filament and should be working. - I think it could be the fuse. I am checking in the day time and will let you know

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    Dave Thurner Apr 18, 2013

    try the la10 fuse located under hood on driver side under the plastic box it didnt help mine but it might yours

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Change bulbs sometimes new bulbs are faulty

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