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No tail or running lights

1995 Toyota T100 V6 No dash lights, tail lights, or running lights on front. My blinkers and tail lights work along with my interior light. I have checked and tested the fuses.

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  • davidhray Jan 21, 2009

    1995 Toyota T100 Lost dash lights, tail lights, and running lights. Have dome light. checked dash dimmer rheostat and it is working. When the lights are turned on the clock, which is working , does not dim as it normally should.

  • davidhray Jan 21, 2009

    would Combination Switch also affect the tail lights it all seems to be part of the same problem

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Have you looked at the relays under the hood One of thim have something to do with the lights.

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1997 Toyota T100, I just replaced the alternator. After the replacement there was a small spark and the truck won't start. The interior lights work and the head lights, but no running lights, no blinkers. I have checked the fuses and they look fine. Any ideas???

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See another post on this site. Corrsion on tailights at the connectors. I had the same problem electrical cleaning spray from a parts store put my lights back in order. Another thing with mine was that I was blowing fuses so I jumped the fuse and located the source, mine was the driver rear tail light connector.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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Hi. i think there is some problem from the connection between battery and lights. better check out ur battery connection. 

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I would look at possible head light switch.

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Replace the combination switch on the steering column.

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I think you have a broken wire somewhere you will need to trace down the wiring to find the break

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It might be a problem with combination switch on stirring wheel console. Dash lights usually go on then you turn on the running lights. The detailed instructions how to replase the switch you can get here
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Blinkers and tail lights do or dont work need your help to help you

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

  • Ron szarafinski Jan 21, 2009

    did you check relays under dash? tail light reminder relay ceter of dash left of glove box

  • deborah smith
    deborah smith Jan 05, 2014

    how do you test a relay

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