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THE TURN LIGHT RIGHT BACK NOT WORK

ALL THE LIGHST WORK,THEY HAVE POWER BUT THE RIGHT TAIL LIGHT IS NOT WORKING,I'VE CHANGE THE SOCKET,I'VE TRIED EVERYTHING BUT I'VE BEEN TOLD IT'S THE FUSE BOX,CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHERE I CAN FIND ONE? EXCEPT THE DEALER I'VE TRIED WITH THEM TOO,THANKS

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If one tail light works, it's not the fuse box. It's either a ground wire off on that side , or a wire chafed along the curcuit. Your fuse for parking lights is for all four. If you have three, it's definately not the fuse box. You did not say what type of vehicle you have or I could have told you the best places to look for a ground wire. And I'd like to know if signal, brake, and reverse lights on that same side work at all. Let me know what your car is and we'll go from there. Please rate this solution thanks

Posted on Jan 07, 2013

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SOURCE: NO power to tail light sockets

There is a breaker in your circuit box it is silver mine did the same thing and i had a loose wire on my head light switch and my breaker was blown...

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SOURCE: tail light works but no brake light on2003 Dodge Ram 1500

if it has a trailer package look at the splitter when you take off the tail light cover might be that plug.

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SOURCE: 1994 accord, dash and tail lights wont work

chk. headlight switch, my guess thats what it is.

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Did you see the Small Black Squares inside the Fuse Relay Box under the Hood? These are Relays. There should be a Relay that says "Illumination" OR "Lights" around this area. Change this Relay and it should be ok. They just Cost a Couple of Bucks. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help that I can get ! Thanks!

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SOURCE: rear brake lights don't work

you prob got a trailer plug prob bad wires if not tail lights run through turn signal switch tell fix ya bout me ok

Posted on May 23, 2009

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