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No nighttime running lights 2001 Toy Solara

I don't have any running lights, I check the fuse and it isn't blown. What could be the problem? The brake lights work fine. Thanks!

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  • Laurie Feb 25, 2009

    At night when the headlights are on I don't have any rear running lights. However when I hit the brakes the lights come on.

  • josh1111 May 11, 2010

    the bulbs?

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Hiyah lsutigersare!

This may seem like a stupid solution, but check to see if your parking break is on. It may not be on enough for you to notice while driving.

Having the parking break on even a 1/4 inch will turn off your running lights.

Hope I've helped, don't forget to rate.

Lazaruselite

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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