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Tail lights and dash lights not working

My brake lights, signals, and headlights all work fine. Just the taillights and dash lights don't work, apparently these are on the same relay and fuse, but all my fuses are good, how do I change the relay switch? I have never done this, need to know where they are???

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  • Anonymous Jan 15, 2009

    what is the solutionfor this problem

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    My tail lights and dash lights are not working problem on my 1007 honda accord.

  • Pedro M. Mata Jul 04, 2013

    everything that are mentioned is exactly my problem, the dash and all about the tail lights but my license plate light does work.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    hi I have 03 mustang and Just noticed that my dashlights or taillights aren't working, but everything works fine, My front lights work, my signal work, my brake lights work also can u please help me

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    Left side tail light and front parking light as well as my dash light are not working. Rightside are fine. I have checked the fuse and it continues to blow, apparent short. Any ideas

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The relays are usually adjacent to the fuses or on rear of fuse panel relays are different coloured as to what they control and are small square boxes which have flat terminals on one side for plug into a preset circuit if you have h/book it will give the info you req or tel dealer spares dept and enquire cost//colour// location? this is a simple diy hope this helps you? ps you do not mention if license plate lights are working as these are on rear light s same circuit

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We have the relay but can't figure out where it goes on the ranger 1993

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