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95 mazda 929 tail lights and instrument cluster comes on by itself and stays on, kills battery, pull fuse and still on, all lights seem to work properly

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Need to find the relay for the lights as it may be faulty and needs replacement.

Posted on Nov 05, 2012

  • mkstroud44 Nov 07, 2012

    dealer says there is NO tailight relay on this car but thank you, you have helped me narrow the problem some.

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