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Rear taillights All of a sudden the tail lights do not work..Checked bulbs and all OK .. Is there a relay for the tail lights?? Never had a problem before..Where should I start?/ Daley moonjammer@charter.net

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  • queensarahkn Jan 25, 2009

    same as described rear lights

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    have checked the brake and headlights but the taillights don't go off

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Start with the fuse. sometimes it is labeled park lights also. if fuse is ok. then check the switch. do you have lights in your dash? it is also connected in parallel with the tail lights .

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