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All lights in right tailight out

Left tailight o.k. changed bulb failure senson,no help. Bulbs o.k.

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  • stgmiester Dec 26, 2008

    Fuses are o.k. All power to tailights go thru bulb failure sensor but that didn't help.

  • Suzanne
    Suzanne May 11, 2010

    Did you mean you replaced the fuse? Fuses are either in under the hood or the driver side compartment under the steering column.

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What have you been doing in the trunk lately? I heard about a guy partying in his trunk. :) If you've been doing a lot of hauling lately you may have caused something to knock a wire loose in the trunk. Check for that. Also look for signs of moisture. You may need to pull the bulbs and dry them out and then pull the whole assembly and replace the moisture seal. Since the right side gets power from the left side light assembly, check that side for a loose wire as well.

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