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Parking lights dont work no juice to fuse under hood fusebox.

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  • jerryflewell Oct 05, 2008

    My Parking lights in my 2002 Aztek will not come on , However I have break lights /Headlights/ Blinker lights ? What next I checked fuse #20 and its good.

    I own two of these so i switched the lights out of one to the other and everything is fine in the other car still nothing with the first car as far as running lights go/

  • banditnightr Nov 18, 2008

    i have the same problem the # 55 and #20 fuses are good, replaced the bulbs, still no parking or tail lights.

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2009

    where is the fuse box loacted

  • jljordan Feb 03, 2009

    My parking lights will not work either. I also replaced the #20 fuse and it is causing the interior lights to blink.

  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2009

    my parking lights dont work and the fuses are fine. and i changed all the bulbs and still nothing. can someone help me out please

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Check your head light switch for power and all the other fuses please rate -jeff

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