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2000 isuzu rodeo no tail lights

Mpodeszek u asked me to clarify the problem. I'm not sure where I was supposed to reply because I'm new to this. I have an appt. tomorrow with an automotive electrical shop because I figured it was the wiring. Just thought it was something simple I could do myself. I'm not to familiar with wiring. The shop charges 90 bucks an hour so you can c my delay. thanks for responding.

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There is a separate fuse for the parking lamps and the instrument lamps. Have you checked these fuses?
Also there are many fuses in a box under the hood of the car. Check to see that there is not signs of water or corrosion in that box. Pull and reseat the fuse that supplies power to lighting in the power distribution fuse block under the hood.
The autoparts stores can supply you with the location of this unit and some information on which fuses control what circuits.
Check the fuses before you go to the shop.

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