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have you checked your fuses headlights ,tail lights and brake lights are all on one fuse .then if the fuse is ok check to see if the bulbs are all ok.better still replace them.and then do the same as for the fuse for your wipers
1) Open trunk
2) Remove small round plastic access panel with a flat tip screw driver by prying open
3) Remove flat tip screw holding tail light assembly
4) Remove tail light assembly by pulling outward, careful not to break plastic guide/nub
5) Disconnect wiring connectors
6) Remove plastic housing access plate on back of tail light assembly by twisting/turning tabs until they click and then lift access plate from tail light assembly
7) When viewing the the bulbs, the turn signal bulb is the bottom left bulb
8) Install in reverse order, ensuring tail light seal seats properly during installation
Access to the tail light cluster should be through panels in the rear corners of the vehicle. Remove the panel and you can remove the tail light cluster to replace the bulbs. This is the position on most sedans, unless, like on pick-ups, the tail light lenses have screws which allow the lenses to be removed to change the bulbs.
If the high level brake light works, then the brake light circuit is fully functional.
Brake light bulbs may LOOK fine, but can still have failed. Often folks don't notice that one bulb has failed until the second one has blown; it's then easy to incorrectly assume that the fault is more complex.
Try replacing the brake light bulbs: if that doesn't work then please report back for additional options.
remove the bulb thats out, check the socket it's in for burnt contacts as this is common. if the contacts are burnt check the metal contacts on the tail light assembly, if they are burnt you will have to replace the whole assembly. if they are ok replace the bulb and socket
You need 25cm long Torx 30 srewdriver. There are 4 bolts open top ones (easy to access) and loose ones behing light.
Then light moves outand you can access to light bulb. It is not easy to do but when you have done it once then youknow what it takes. Be carefull not to break light vertical adjustment motor.
Inside the boot is a plastic cap embeded in the boot liner. Remove the cap to reveal a screw. Undo the screw and the whole rear light cluster will come away in a sideways and not rearward direction to reveal all of the bulbs. Hope this helps.
There is an acces hole in the trunk carpeting by the trunk opening peel that open and you will see a phillips/8mm bolt take out this screw and pull the taillight straight back to unclip the outside. There are 2 tabs that you squeeze to unlock the bulb board fron the lens.