It could be a fuse. There are quite a few vehicles that have two different filiments in one bulb. One for the brakes and the second for the night lights and turn signals. Always start with the easiest fix first and then proceed to the more complicated items.
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Sep 23, 2009 - 97 GMC Jimmy 4x4 blinkers work, reverse lights work, above window ... I just lost hazard lights and rear brake lights, they were working 2 days ... If it is a frayed wire or solder point, then you can repair it, but not any worn contacts. ... Does anyone have any suggestions on 1997 Honda Accord tail & brake lig.
Four of them ?
Remove the tail lamp housing to body screws. Carefully slide the tail lamp housing rearward away from vehicle. Disconnect the tail lamp housing electrical connector. Remove the tail lamp housing from the vehicle.
We had the same problem with ours, that is a Saturn recall items. Check with your Saturn dealer to see if it is still in effect. It use to make our headlight switch get hot. I think it was a poor ground in the taillight housing, I use to wiggle the bulb plug-ins and that helped for a while, but after the recall was fixed it never did it again.
I have had the same issue recently. I have a 2002 Gr Cherokee Ltd 4.7L. At first I thought it was the bulb, replaced the bulb to no avail. Then I thought maybe the bulb was rattled loose due to my subwoofer, but that still was not the case. After testing all my fuses I decided to test all of my lights. The hazards worked, back up lights came on, tail and brake lights were all working also but for some reason the blinkers will go out and the right rear brake light will not come on. It always comes back on for me though, so now I just use hand signals when it is temporarily not working. My only suggestion is a problem in the wiring.
its the tail light fuse under the hood...its blown for sure....the boys at saturnmust have had there thinking caps on that day fusing the tail light with the dash lights so that the driver would notice something wrong....kinda neet.....and stumped me for a minute or two...