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Can't find fuse for tail lights

I've looked in both fuse boxes and can't seem to find the location of the tail light fuse.

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It may not be marked with what you think, so buy a cheap 12 volt probe test light and check each and every fuse that is less than 25 amps.

Posted on Feb 16, 2012

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SOURCE: 1994 honda accord. meter/and tail lights

Did you see the Small Black Squares inside the Fuse Relay Box under the Hood? These are Relays. There should be a Relay that says "Illumination" OR "Lights" around this area. Change this Relay and it should be ok. They just Cost a Couple of Bucks. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help that I can get ! Thanks!

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SOURCE: both brake lights do not work

try changing the bulbs

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SOURCE: 1994 accord, dash and tail lights wont work

chk. headlight switch, my guess thats what it is.

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SOURCE: Rear tail lights notg working?

look under the hood there is a fuse block in there as well and on the driver and passenger side all of your lights are hooked up to a fuse good luck.

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SOURCE: Where is tail light fuse

TAIL LIGHT FUSE WILL BE WITH LICENSE PLATE LIGHTS FUSE CHECK UNDER HOOD IN FUSE AND RELAY BOX FOR A 10 AMP FUSE.THE FUSE COVER WILL HAVE FUSE LOCATION.

Posted on Oct 17, 2010

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