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Reversing lights don't work, lamps and fuse OK
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My 94 GMC Safari's side
No, the switch commands all buttons. You have a wiring problem relating just to that bulb: either the wire is broken and the power never reaches the bulb, the bulb itself isn't seated properly in the socket or the grounding has failed (either in the ground wire - cut - or the ground post is corroded).
Follow the power with a voltmeter: first at the center plot of the bulb - no power = bad wire; then to the socket - no power to the ground connector (the one that contacts the exterior of the bulb's jacket) = bad contact in the socket; if you do get power there you have a bad ground - follow it all the way to the bolt and nut that secure it to the body and find the break.
Posted on Jul 28, 2011
SOURCE: 2004 Tacoma - tail lights don't work but brake lights and reverse lights do work. Bulbs look ok. fuse looks okay. Wiring looks ok. Could it be a relay or is there something else to check? Than
try cheaking the light switch its self may be faulty not normally a relay for but it shold tell you on fuse box which relay runs light ign ect
Posted on Sep 21, 2012
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