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Parking lights dash lights wont work no bad fuses owners guide does not say where relay is located

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SOURCE: 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited - flasher relay location

More than likely you have a bad ground. Under the rear of the vehicle, behind the rear bumper there will be a few wires running to a bolt in the frame (left side i think) Check that no wires are loose or boken. Also if you have a trailer wiring harness, check to see if it has not been damaged. Let me know if this helps :)

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 95 buick lasabre headlights wont come on

If you have power to the socket, then it's your bulbs that are the problem. Or a bad ground wire.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: no dash/instrument lights,no tail lights,no park

I would recommend replacing your relay. From what you have described your battery might be bad. The clicking you heard is consistent with this. Natuarally though the relay is probably cheaper to fix. Also if you're car was slow to start or was dragging when you were trying to start it, you may have a bad starter, which would cause the aforementioned

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No tail and dash lights on 1990 jeep Cherokee Laredo , I checked the fuse box under the dash all looks ok . however I don't see anything for tail or dash lights maked.


Viking here, There is a good chance that there is another fuse box under the hood. If you didn't locate a fuse for the lights it makes sense that the fuse is in another location. Look on the firewall, fender, for a box. Hope this helps you. Viking

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94 achieva dash and tail lights quit Workn fuses seem fine wat am I missing brake lights work fine


Some older article mentioned a relay for the lights, see if you can find a relay for the parking lights in the owners guide for a location, you can swap it with another relay with the same numbers in the panel to quickly test if its bad

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FUSE BOX LOCATIONS


1 at USA drives left toe. (bingo)
it has 2, both are show in the operators guide, lost that>?
get one, not be stranded of silly things?
all answer usa
parks dead in rear of car and front parks
and all dash parks dead too? Dash is called dimmable illumintation
but is park. non the less,
so only th tails are dead?

$4 to read it here. or DL.
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Category/3-suzuki-service-manuals.aspx

front cab box is in cab.
engine bay box PDC is in same.

the fsm shows fuse 10 , clearly marked, TAIL
did you look yet, or just want us to do that for you?>

when you turn on parks
fuse 10 feeds power to HL relay 1, and it closes with HL switch on , park , or full on.HL
this relay runs all parks, Front, rear and side, lights.





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99 lesabre turn signals dont work wont even light up on the intrument panel but the 4 way flashers work


you have a bad turn signal flasher it looks like the hazard flasher but is a separate unit. its under the dash by the steering colume or fuse panel.

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Tail lights dont work but the all the other lights do


usa comments, other countries diffr. and for sure canada diffr.
the tail lights are usually , park and are the largest number of lights on the car, even the dash dim lights are park as are the front park lights
so they all out.?

these lights work , keys in pocket.
via a 120amp fuse , to the tailight relay, the combo set to park
energizes said relay and sends 12v to many things
via fuse 48 and 49 and runs cab dim and vanity lamps.
my online page has rear missing.
so get the operators guide, in glove box, read fuse page
see tail and park, fuse, 1 will be blown.

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I have a 2003 regal LS w/auto light control. When headlights come on I have no rear parking lights and no dash lights and the radio and transmission indicator don't dim. Same result if you turn th


Since these lights will work auto or manual is there a relay that might be bad. You mean these light's won't work auto or manual ????
Did you check the TAIL LAMP LIC LAMP fuse 15 amp . ?
Located in the right I/P fuse panel open passenger door plastic panel end of the I/P pull ,fuse box behind . This fuse takes care of the thing's your having problems with

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2009 ford escape turn signals and brake lights work but no taillights checked bulbs look good no where in owners mannual does it list tailight fuse or location


I think your problem locating the fuse may be because Ford refers to the lights you are describing as "PARK" lamps, instead of "TAIL" lamps. The PARK fuse is Fuse #22 (15 Amp) located in the Smart Junction Box (SJB) in the center of the dash.

HINT: This same fuse also protects the circuits your front park lamps, if they are working, the fuse is not blown.

Jun 02, 2012 | 2009 Ford Escape

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I need diagrams for the fuse boxes in the dash and engine compartment so I can find the fuse/relay I need to replace. My dash lights, tail lights and windsheild wipers are out.


Hi
There are a couple of wiring diagram and manual available on the net. The relay you are talking about is the park lamp relay which supplies power to the tail lamps, license plate lights and both front and rear park lamps. If the park and plate lights are working the light switch, relay and supply power are good. You need to verify for a broken brown wire to the tail lamps (assuming the sockets, lamps and grounds on both tail lights are good) .If none of the lamps are working then the 15A fuse number 3, the light switch or the park lamp relay could be bad (note different contact in the main light switch work the other lights)

You can find a wiring diagram and component location at
www.autozone.com and http://www.pdfgeni.com/book/1998-ford-ranger-wiring-diagram-pdf.html


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High beam headligts will not come on + no dash


Sounds like a bad switch to me. If it was a relay,it would not work period.Not to mention, the switch controls the dash lights too.

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