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Rear Running Lights Out

The rear running lights (red) are out.
Turn signals and brake lights are OK.
The problem is not the bulbs.
Where is the fuse for these?
Thanks, Katie

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  • BCRowe Oct 06, 2008

    I have the same problem. I believe the front running lights are out too.

  • kate_lindsay Nov 18, 2008

    Which is the "tail" fuse? I don't have the manual.

  • sammybull Feb 03, 2009

    i was able to locate the 10A fuse for the same problem. But, it keep blowing. What could be the cause

  • jason dawson Sep 11, 2013

    all my fuses are good i actually replaced all of them and all the relays under the hood and i still have nothing

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Check the 10 amp "Tail" fuse. This controls the running lamps.
Note that the rear bulbs are "dual filament" bulbs, and even though the brake lamp feature works, the running light feature in the same bulb can be bad.

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

  • Toyota Ed Nov 18, 2008

    The TAIL fuse is in the fusebox under the dash, driver side for a US Sienna. In the fuse box, going left to right, there are 5 fuses, then 4 fuses. The TAIL fuse is the bottom fuse, in the 2nd row, going left to right.

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