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Reverse lights not working

I can't find a fuse for them (checked 2 boxes under hood & 1 inside car) They don't look burned out but I've replaced both bulbs anyway and still nothing. All the other lights are working perfectly.

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  • toadysnif Oct 05, 2008

    Is the transmission block easily accesible?

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Check the reverse light switch located at the transmission block. it could be the problem.

tnx 4 using fixya,

drcool

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  • francis rivero Oct 05, 2008

    if you have a front wheel drive, it would be easily accessible, it is in the engine hood and located somewhere at the side or at the bottom of the transmission.

    if you have a rear wheel drive, it is underneath the transmission under the car which is not easily accessible.

    tnx using fixya,

    drcool


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