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No third brake light,when turn signals or em. flashers are on you can hear solenoid for the shifter lock with the flashing,when you have headlight on and brake on together the rear parking lights get very dim,bulbs are ok and front lights are ok.

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  • will391 Sep 11, 2008

    I checked the ground in the trunk and the fuses and thet are ok. I also noticed that if you go to rev. all the rear lights come on but if you take out the other bulbs the rev. lights go out too. Front lights ok, could I have a pinched wire some where?

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Or try the blinker relay

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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Check your grounds at rear of vehicle sounds like it is a ground problem.

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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    TripleTauto Sep 11, 2008

    yes you could are you sure you have the correct bulbs in sokets? try unplugging one side and see if problem goes away do one side then the other if it goes away there is an internal short in light

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