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There are several things that could be the problem, but first, I would have to know EXACTLY what IS working and what IS NOT working to isolate the problem.
1. Is it just your rear park (or running) lamps not working? One side? or Both sides? (they have separate fuses.)
2. Are the FRONT park lamps working? (Again, separate fuse, but powered by the same MAIN feed.)
3. Are your Brake and Turn signals working? One side? Both sides? Front AND Rear for turn signals?
4. Have you tried changing bulbs already? (It IS possible to have two blown bulbs at the same time)
Get back to me with this information and I will try to isolate the possibilities for you.
Hi, viewer. In my practice, I was able to change the high beam bulbs and signal bulbs by removing the forward portion of the front wheelhouse liner. Lots of patience though. The low beam bulbs and the park lamp bulbs is somewhat difficult to reach, may even require removal of the whole assembly especially if the lowbeam bulb connectors are burned.
I had a similar problem on a 77 T-Bird. It took forever, but I finally tracked it down to a loose ground on the front rt turn signal. I have also seen a signal bulb that shorted across to the parking bulb side in a dual bulb. Let us know if you figure your out. Good Luck!
its not the fuse, its either the front or rear lamp is out on that side left or right, or if pulling a trailer you need a heavy-duty flasher unit because this makes the same kind of fast flash problem due to more lamps operated at the same time
For Front turning signal, you need to remove the whole head light system to get to turn signal. 4 screws attach it to the car's body. Make sure to remove the lamps first and disconnect the switch for the turn signal lamp. Just replaced it last week myself.