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Parking lights won't work

The tail lights won't work. I checked the fuses and the relay under the dash. I also checked main fuse under the hood.

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"The tail lights won't work. I checked the fuses and the relay under the dash. I also checked main fuse under the hood."... I tried everything too and my problem was fuse number 8 under dash was located in the space of fuse numero 9 !!!! ... a " not usted space" according to fuse diagrams, so i put a 10 amps fuse at number 9 space and VOILA !!!

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    "The tail lights won't work. I checked the fuses and the relay under the dash. I also checked main fuse under the hood."...

    I tried everything too and my problem was fuse number 8 under dash was located in the space of fuse numero 9 !!!! ... a " not usted space" according to fuse diagrams, so i put a 10 amps fuse at number 9 space and VOILA !!!

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Check your wiring on the side tat the light dont work with a light tester whith the switch on
your wiring might be broke or you light holder might be no good

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