Question about 1995 Nissan Pickup
Replaced tail light bulbs, replaced fuses, but lights will not work. Related (License illunination bulbs do not work.)? All other lights work OK. Someone suggested replacing the light switch (on the steering column), but other than that and a broken wire, is there some other component that might have malfunctioned?
Check for a bad frame ground to the rear lights. The ground is normally a common ground, not a specific ground for each bulb.
This problem happens quite a bit on pickup trucks.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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