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Tail lights not working

2001 chevy s10, hooked a uhaul trailer up and now the rear tail lights won't work. Looked in the manual for the fuses, however, the tail lights don't have a fuse... Is there another panel hidden somewhere?

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  • dhorner64 Feb 15, 2009

    I looked at that, and according to the owners manual, there isn't anything listing the tail lights

  • dhorner64 Feb 15, 2009

    I've checked the one on the side of the dash on the drivers side, under the hood... I was unaware there is one on the passenger side, where is it located?

  • dhorner64 Feb 15, 2009

    I finally got it... There were two blown in the panel under the hood...Thanks.



    It would be nice if they were to list it as tail lights.

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There is a under hood fuse panel, and that is where the fuse for the lights is.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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    yadayada Feb 15, 2009

    and u have checked the passenger compartment ffuse box?

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