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Re: taillight bulb install
Open the liftgate and you should see the screws on the side of the lamp. Unscrew then and pull the lamp away from the vehicle. There should be 3 sockets in the taillamp that screw in and out about the size on a half dollar. Pull this out and pull the bulb out straight and replace by pushing in a new bulb. Follow these directions backwards to replace the lamp. Hope this helps.
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I'd be willing to bet your dash lights don't work either when you turn the headlight on.change the headlight switch, it has a short, it's only about 11 dollars at advance auto, and is fairly easy to replace. my 93 chevy did same thing, changed headlight switch, problem solved
According to the owner's manual for 2009 on pages 464-65: (1) open the liftgate (2) remove the two fasteners from the inboard side of the taillight housing. (3) insert a trim stick between body panel and outboard side of the taillight housing with one hand and grasp the flange on the inboard side of the taillight housing with the other. use the trim stick and hand pressure together to disengage the taillight housing from the vehicle. (4) rotate the bulb's electrical connector 1/4 turn counterclockwise (lefty loosey) and remove it from taillight housing. (5) remove the bulb from the connector socket and install replacement bulb. (6) install the bulb and connector assembly into the taillight housing and rotate the connector 1/4 clockwise to lock it in place (7) reinstall the taillight housing and fasteners. don't be surprised if you crack a fastener or two. i hope this helps--good luck. jono
it sounds like a short in the park lights.you will have to start by disconnecting headlight switch then install fuse,then check all park light bulbs and there sockets, its gonna be a bad switch or socket, enless theres a wire touching ground ,but start with the switch and checking all sockets. hope this helps.
Some makes and models have different taillight bulbs and brakelight bulbs. in other words your turn signals and brakelights are on one bulb and the tailights are on another, or they have multiple filaments and one of them could be bad
..check the fuse...and checked also the grounding..also..try checking the switch to make it turn on..sometimes..it may loose contact... ..if things does'nt work out..better a qualified auto-electrician check it...hope this help a little