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Fuse panel The third tail light is not working and I need a diagram of the fuse panel in order to check the fuse for this light so the van will pass inspection.

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    chevyblueang Nov 28, 2012

    Thank you for your replies. I have found the fuse panel. Brake fuse was very easy to see. I checked it, and it looked good. Service station had checked the bulbs and said it is not a bulb issue. So, now it is not a bulb or fuse issue. Will have to look deeper. Hopefully not too much deeper. Will pull out the tester tonight to check and see if the socket is getting power. Might have to shop around a bit to find that part, if in fact it is the problem.

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    chevyblueang Nov 28, 2012

    I have 3 days to fix this!!!

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    chevyblueang Nov 29, 2012

    Used the tester, and it shows no power getting to the bulbs. Didn't notice this problem before today--and hubby follows me driving in his car from time to time. He would have noticed. It seems kind of fishy to us that it was working fine until today, but could be a coincidence of timing. Still, the problem is there, and we need to figure this puzzle out. Any experience with this??? Thanks!

  • Lissa Wied Nov 29, 2012

    Check for loose wires at the bulb sockets, A break in the wires, A loose ground wire, Corrosion in bulb sockets ,Or get a new bulb socket end try it, If all that doesn,t work take it in to a auto electric shop to be repaired (Properly)


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If the other brake lights work it is not a fuse, They are all control buy one fuse,The bulb is burn,t out,

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    chevyblueang Nov 28, 2012

    Thanks for your answer. Service station worker thought it could be the bulb. They tried a bulb, and it didn't come on.


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