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if it is a fuse your fuse box will be located under hood and sometimes you may also have two fuse boxes , one under hood in a black box in plan view that says fuse and relays. remove the cover and look under the lid. you will find descriptions and placement labels under cap. find your fan and lighting fuse if blown replace with recommended fuse. same goes for other fuse box under dash or located on driver side or passenger side of dash in between door and dash. must open door to view fuse box.
The fuse list is also shown in owners manual. If you do not have manual search on web for fuse diagram and it will be there somewhere. If fuse calls for 15 try a 20 - if that blows you have a shorted bulb socket or wire somewhere. Do not go any higher than one size larger with fuse or wires can get too hot.
If they all stopped working at the same time then it is probably a fuse or possibly 2. Check your fuse panels in the dash and under the hood. The dash lights and gauges should be a fuse labeled instrument cluster or guages, it is probably blown. The other fuse to look for will be the tail light fuse. This is where I would begin.
mine arent working either... EXACT same car lol... check fuses.. all of them.. in car under dash and under hood.. there are 2 fuse boxes under hood for a total of 3 fuse boxes... ive replaced all my fuses and mine still dont work.. if all else fails replace headlight switch.. ive done all that and mine still dont work lol lets hope your not in my situation lol.. i have a short somewhere and my park lights short out when i hit the brakes... anything you find out please let me know as to help with my car lol.. thank you..
there is a connector that plugs into the light that should be looked at. is there any water leaks anywhere. there were problems with water leaks on some malibu models around the tail lights. pell open the inside covers and get to the tail light to inspect for this. also check those bulbs just in case they did go bad. any condensation in the light? not sure if the Impala has a single fuse for both tail light or one for each but you should check fuse box under dash and under the hood. good luck
Look on the side of the dash when you first open your driver side door, or under the steering column. Unlikely, but some models actually have the fuse panel in the glove box.
Definatley check the fuses, but dont forget to change out the actual bulbs. be sure replace them with the same # that is printed on the bulb.
Hi its rob here what make and model of car is it? it sounds like the light switch is faulty but that wouldnt stop the brake lights workin try two stop and tail light bulbs then if you have stop lights your switch is at fault
well... i first remove the side panels under the doors and by the seat... then i work my way up to the lower dash and its only 2 screws on the side and under... and same for passenger side i removed the glove box too and then....
i got stuckk.... :P need help to remove the rest of the dash... (o yea btw... the panel over the spedometer is jst 2 screws...that can also be removed easyly...)