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No tail lights, dash lights, signal lights don't work everything else works

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Sometimes when one of your bulbs is out it does that to all off the start with your turn signal bulbs other wise its you regulater fuse located under the hood

Posted on Jan 26, 2013

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SOURCE: no dash lights and no tail lights

Check for faulty wires at the fuse block, had one fall off from the block itself from the rear, or it could be a wire break somewhere along the way.

Stop Lights and Blinkers are independant fuse.

Tail lights are on there own fuse and could be a wire break in the rear or removing the bulb and using a metre check for signal at bulb socket where trouble is, Check for disolored connections, Green in color or simular, could be a bad connection which in turn is not letting the curent to other side, Causing a short and loss of power to all remaining lights in curcuit.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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SOURCE: no dash lights on 2005 PT Cruiser

this needs the multifunction switch in the steering column the flasher switch is connected to this!

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: tail lights work but brake

Simple test: access the brake bulb, keep the brake pedal pressed a little (use a too box or something similar) and measure the voltage between the central connector on the bulb and the bare metal of the body of the truck - if you get 12 volts then there is a defect in the wiring inside the rear lights, if you don't get 12 volts then either the switch that commands them (on the brake pedal) is faulty or the wiring that connects them to the rear bulbs has a break in it.
Do another simple test: take the brake pedal switch apart and join the 2 contact wires in there: if the lights light up then the switch is faulty, if they still don't then the wiring is faulty. If it's the latter you will gonna have a lot of work to find out where the break is - in the worst case scenario it will be under the carpet so the entire interior of the truck will have to be taken out to access it. it will be a very big job, better left to a repair shop.

Posted on Jun 14, 2011

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SOURCE: relay switch for tail lights we have brake lights,

hi think its more like a blown fuse tail lights dont normanly have relays as they dont draw a lot of wattage.dash lights are on the same fuse system as tail lights its a way of warning the driver that theirs aproblem

Posted on Sep 12, 2011

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SOURCE: 2005 town & country gauges stopped working. no

Look for a bad ground...if you have a shop manual or sometimes the dealership will print you off that page, look for the major ground going to those devices.

Posted on Oct 27, 2011

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