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2003 Pontiac Aztec tail lights not working and I changed the bulbs

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2003 Pontiac Vibe no tail lights, brake lights and turn signals work just fine. The dimmer switch does not dim the dash lights but does work the dome just fineand the lights for the Heat/AC are off.


The tail lights work off the headlight switch, and there is a fuse for the tail lights. Make sure the fuse is good, first, a 15 amp (blue) fuse in the instrument panel fuse block. Then, you might have a bad headlight switch.
So you DO have dash lights, they just don't dim from the dimmer switch? In the wiring diagram, there is a green wire from a "tail light relay" (in the "Junction Block-Right Instrument Panel") that carries power to all the exterior lamps, as well as having a splice to the Instrument Panel Cluster (illum. bulbs), and to the lamp dimmer, and to the radio bulb.
To do any further testing, you would need a voltmeter or a test light, so you could chase down this power loss. Good luck.

Oct 17, 2016 | 2003 Pontiac Vibe

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I have a 2003 pontiac aztec and the brake lights and blinkers dont work the fuses and bulbs are good what could it be please help


try turning hazard switch on and off see if that changes problem the t signals go through hazard switch

Feb 23, 2015 | 2003 Pontiac Aztek

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My license plate went out on my 2003 Pontiac Vibe. I changed the bulb but it still doesn't work. Could it be a fuse?


A fuse would put the tail lights out as well. Probably a fault in the wiring to the light.

Sep 13, 2011 | 2003 Pontiac Vibe

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My 2003 Pontiac Vibe tail lights do not work. The brake lights work. I checked the tail fuse. Turn signals work also. Why no tail lights?


Your turn signal lights and brake lights are the same lights . Question : do the front parking lights work ? The front and rear running lights or parking lights are all on the same circuit and fuse . If the front lights work , and the rear lights don't , make sure the bulbs are good first . If OK , I would suspect the problem is either a bad ground in the rear taillight wiring harness or a bad connection in the rear taillight connector Itself .

Sep 16, 2010 | 2003 Pontiac Vibe

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Mercury marquis 2003 tail light doesn't lit on. bulb is fine.


you probley have a broken wire going to the tail light or bad ground

Aug 22, 2009 | 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis

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2001 pontiac aztec


The radio light is a small bulb inside the radio, pull the radio out, remove the top cover from the radio chassis and the bulb is right there, most parts stores carry this little peanut bulb

Dec 02, 2008 | 2001 Mercury Sable

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Brake lights quit working


Tail lights acting insane?

We had the same issue with our 2000 Pontiac Montana. Brake lights, turn signal lights, running lights, back-up lights and emergency flasher didn’t work at all or operated at random. The cause: poorly designed aluminum contacts on the tail light circuit board and wiring harness connector arced over and disintegrated with normal use.

Pull the tail lamp assembly, remove the electrical connector and look for burned contacts on the connector plug and the connector socket (they call this long plastic piece with the socket the circuit board: it includes the four bulb sockets. Replace the circuit board and the wiring connector.

You can DIY this job with basic auto mechanical/electrical skills and tools. The two circuit boards and the two connectors set me back $230 (2009 cost) for new parts. The electrical contacts on the factory replacement parts are improved.

I needed a T-30 torx driver to remove the tail light assembly (you need this to change out bulbs, too), wire cutters, wire strippers, electrical tape and an electrical lug crimper to do the job.

Aug 02, 2008 | 2003 Pontiac Montana

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