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2007 chevy equinox, running lights are not working, fusses work fine, what else would be the problem?


The problem is your not familiar with electronic's on modern automobiles . Module controlled systems . BCM - body control modules .
The park lamps consist of the park, tail, marker and license lamps. These lamps are illuminated any time the headlamp switch is in the PARK, ON position, or anytime the body control module (BCM) illuminates the headlamps. The PARK fuse in the fuse block - instrument panel (I/P) supplies voltage to both the coil and switch input side of the park lamp relay. The BCM controls the park lamp relay by grounding the park lamp control circuit energizing the relay.

PCB Relays
This vehicle is equipped with the following PCB mounted relays. High Beam, Low Beam, DRL, Fog Lamp, Park Lamp, Stop Lamp, and Horn relay. They are directly soldered to the underhood fuseblock circuit board. A failure of one of these relays will require the whole underhood fuseblock to be replaced.

Your best bet have a qualified repair shop diagnose the problem . Could have DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes stored in the BCM For circuit faults .
Park Lamp Switch On
B257A 00
B2057A 00
B257A 00
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When the headlamp switch is in the OFF position, the body control module (BCM) receives a ground signal through the headlamp switch OFF circuit and an open signal on the park lamp ON circuit. When the headlamp switch is in the PARK or HEAD position, the BCM receives an open signal through the headlamp switch OFF circuit and a ground signal through the park lamp ON circuit.

DTC B2585 00: Park Lamp Control Circuit - Domestic

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Why the brake light works and tail light don't work Chevrolet avalanche 2003


they are dual filament bulbs so the tail light filament might have blown and not the stop light , replace the bulb to check

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have you started with the basics check the fuses the head lights and the parking lights are different fuses

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None of the blinkers work on my 1996 dodge stratus, all bulbs are good as the park lights and flashers work. I have three dead ports in fusebox under hood.


Guessed it's a V6. Trying to sort this out. If setting the headlamp switch to PARK turns on the park filaments of the front park/turn signal lamp and the tail filaments of the rear tail/stop lamps and the separate tail lamps, the park light circuit is good. If 20A fuse 6 in the power distribution center is OK, the combination flasher in the multifunction switch is receiving power. Power is directed to the turn signal lamps by operation of the turn signal/hazard warning switch. If the turn signals are not flashing, the combination switch may have failed or the turn signal flasher part of the combination flasher may have failed. Finally, the hazard warning switch causes the turn signal elements of the front combination park/turn signal lamps and the rear turn lamps to flash.

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Will not shift into gear from park with motor running, also cab lights and electric windows not working. Will start from neutral and then shift into gears.


Might want to start with checking your stop lamps & the fuse for the stop lamps.

The shift interlock is part of the stop lamp circuit on the 97-03 MY trucks, and without working stop lamps, the truck does not come out of park,

Not too sure what you mean by cab lights, is this the interior dome lamps or the instrumentation illumination ?

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My tail lights for my 2002 ford f-150 doesn't work.


When you say tail lights, is this the parking lamps or the stop lamps ?

If it is the parking lamps:
Do the front ones work ?
Do you have power at the 4 pin trailer tow adapter for the parkign lamps ?
- If not could be the fuse for the parking lamps, engine compartment Fuse panel, Fuse # 6.

If this is the stop lamps, try raising the tilt all the way on the steerign wheel, and see if they work again ( this is if the truck bed ones do not work and the CHMSL / 3rd brake lamp does work ).
- Some times the connector can be pulled apart, causing issues with the brake lamps on the truck.

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I need a fuse box diagram for a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer so that I can tell what fuses go to what area's


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1 20A Moonroof, Adjustable pedals, DSM, Memory lumbar motor 2 5A Microcontroller power (SJB) 3 20A Radio 4 20A OBD II connector 5 5A Moonroof 6 20A Liftglass release motor, Door unlock/lock 7 15A Trailer stop/turn 8 15A Ignition switch power, PATS 9 2A 6R TCM/PCM (Ignition RUN/START), Fuel pump relay 10 5A Front wiper RUN/ACC relay in PDB 11 5A Radio start 12 5A Rear wiper motor RUN/ACC, Trailer battery charge relay in PDB, Radio 13 15A Heated mirror, Rear defrost indicator 14 20A Horn 15 10A Reverse lamps 16 10A Trailer reverse lamps 17 10A RCM, PAD lamp, OCS module 18 10A Reverse park aid, IVD switch, IVD, AWD module, Heated seat switches, Compass, Electrochromatic mirror, AUX climate control 19 - Not used 20 10A Manual climate, DEATC, Brake shift 21 - Not used 22 15A Brake switch, Stop lamps, Turn lamps 23 15A Power mirrors, Interior lamps, Puddle lamps, Battery saver, Instrument illumination, Homelink 24 2A Cluster, Theft LED 25 15A Trailer park, Trailer electronic brake module 26 15A License plate/rear park lamp, Front park lamps, Manual climate 27 15A Tricolor stop 28 10A Manual/DEATC CB1 25A Windows

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Trailer connection not working need to know which fuse to change 2005 Ford F150 Lariat


Trailer Tow reversing relay ( non serviceable ) and the Trailer tow parking lamp relay are both fed from Fuse #10 ( coil on reversing relay is fed from reverse lamps & coil on parking lamp relay is fed from the parking lamps ).

Trailer Tow battery charge relay is fed from Fuse #106 ( coil is fed by fuse #13, hot in start / run position from key ).

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No tail lights or dash lights


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Did you check fuse circuit for voltage? Use a test light with headlamp switch on to check for voltage. See the park lamp relay, I'm not saying the relay is faulty, but, you might be able to use jumper wire on load side of relay, if lamps work, the problem is on control side of relay, for some reason.
The load side of relay is that line with arrowhead. There could be other issues.

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