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Myhead lights not working but park lights are where is the relay

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Under the bonnet right hand side ( i think) sorry suffering old timers and forget things,now where did i put the mrs

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Tail lights and dash gauge lights not working signals breaks and reverse work as well as all other dash lights prk lamp fuse is not burnt


Do the park lamps work in the front? If they are out front and rear, did you check park lamp fuse circuit for voltage, headlamp switch on. Use a test lite to check for voltage at fuse circuit. Also, notice park lamp relay, That relay has to be energized before you get voltage at the fuse circuit. If you unplug the relay use jumper wire between the two terminals for load side of relay, the park lamps should work. When the relay is energized that line with the arrowhead/load side moves to the other terminal, carries voltage to fuse and park lamps. If that works, problem is on control side of relay or relay is faulty. The bcm grounds control side of relay in order to energize.

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Your talking about the rear park lamps, but, do the front park lamps work?
Note the picture.
Underhood fuse box, 68 is park lamp relay, 69 is park lamp fuse.
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1st - check your relay box for water / foreign matter...
2nd - Is the horn relay working in conjunction w/ horn?
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Right side parking lights


usa car, not Renegade or export car. nor DRL lamps.

fuse, can look good but be bad.
use any ohm meter, to make sure they are good. 0 ohms good.
the car can have park-tail relay. yes, it does have a park relay
that feeds 2 fuses (#7&9) then all lamps left and right.
the BCM controls the relay. body brain.

check voltage at all 4 pins of park relay, and bingo know who is messing up,?
pins 86/87 hot 12v all the time( battery)
87a = ground 0v all times.
30 is relay output, 12v park on.
85 pin is relay coil control. 0v park, 12v not park.
if you have 0v on 85 , in park the BCM is working

there is start.
if a fuse is blown to the BCM, it will mess up

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Tail lights dont work but the all the other lights do


usa comments, other countries diffr. and for sure canada diffr.
the tail lights are usually , park and are the largest number of lights on the car, even the dash dim lights are park as are the front park lights
so they all out.?

these lights work , keys in pocket.
via a 120amp fuse , to the tailight relay, the combo set to park
energizes said relay and sends 12v to many things
via fuse 48 and 49 and runs cab dim and vanity lamps.
my online page has rear missing.
so get the operators guide, in glove box, read fuse page
see tail and park, fuse, 1 will be blown.

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My instrument pannel back light and parking lights have stopped working and can't find any bad fuses. Help!!!


Have you tried checking relays? if you find a relay related to parking lights, try swapping it with a relay of the same number if there is one in the panel. also have you check your DRL (daytime running lights) fuse relay? there are generally multiple locations for fuse/relay panels.

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does your lights come on manually if you turn your dashlights up all the way your interior lights should come on. if they do then it might be a problem with the switch inside the door. also have you checked the bulb? there should be one on each side under the dash also.

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Hi
There are a couple of wiring diagram and manual available on the net. The relay you are talking about is the park lamp relay which supplies power to the tail lamps, license plate lights and both front and rear park lamps. If the park and plate lights are working the light switch, relay and supply power are good. You need to verify for a broken brown wire to the tail lamps (assuming the sockets, lamps and grounds on both tail lights are good) .If none of the lamps are working then the 15A fuse number 3, the light switch or the park lamp relay could be bad (note different contact in the main light switch work the other lights)

You can find a wiring diagram and component location at
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