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Tail lights don"t work, brake and signals ok

My Tail lights will not work. I checked the fuses in the engine compartment, and there is a black piece of rubber that says "don't touch" where the ext fuse should be. I have replaced all bulbs and the wires are ok. I have owned the vehicle for over a year and there has never been an ext fuse in it. Any suggestions?

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  • rlumsden Feb 08, 2009

    We replaced the EXT fuse and it worked. There was no fuse in it before. Now the tail lights are working just fine.

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Check for dash/ instrument lights. I would say there is a fuse bad and you just haven't found it yet.

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