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I am missing my license plate light assembly and do not see any wires were it plugged into how do it fix it

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1: First make sure that, the new bulb that you installed is good! Try it in an another similar bulb holder.
2: Make sure it's pushed in well and that the pins are connecting.
3: If that fails you will have to make sure you have 12v at the holder and a good ground.Either by using a Voltmeter or a 12v test light.
4: If that does not show power or ground you will have to check the wiring.
Good Luck.

Posted on Feb 20, 2010

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SOURCE: license plate light

through the trunk
open it
lift the matt you will see it

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: The license plate lights on my 1994 mazda 929 do

One fuse box is located in the driver side kick panel. There are two other places where fuses/relays are located under the hood. One on the driver side & the other on the passender side nearthe battery.

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Good Evening, this is a common occurence with any vehicle with some age one it. What happens is the valve cover gasket seal around the spark plug holes starts seeping oil. This is not too bad of a fix just a valve cover gasket and a little cleaning those holes out and you will stay dry for quite a while to come.

Posted on Jan 09, 2011

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Check the fuse, It might be a blown fuse. Good luck

Posted on Jun 01, 2011

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