Question about 2008 Toyota Sienna
I was changing a few trailer light bulbs with the lights on, and accidentally shorted the tail lights on the van and trailer by touching the the wrong 2 things together. (I know - IDIOT) All lights in the front of the van work. Rear turn signals/hazards on van and trailer work. It's just that the running tail lights (van and trailer) will not light when head lights are on. With trailer disconnected the van's tail lights still do not work. I checked the fuses under the hood, and all seem fine. Is there another fuse somewhere that would cause the tail lights not to work? Help!
Look under the dashboard, next to/above the park brake pedal, for the interior fuse box. It has a black plastic cover. Remove the TAIL fuse, and see if it is blown. This should get you fixed up. Hope this helps, and Thanks for choosing FixYa.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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