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Tail lights not working

Change bulbs on tail and brake light

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re please and grease the inside the wire harness be for putting in bulbs.

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check you tail bulbs as you have a broken circuit

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SOURCE: how do i change the bulb for my rear tail light?

Open up the trunk and pull back the "carpeting" around the inside of the trunk in the area of the tail light. You may have to remove some tabs and or plastic screws to do this. Once the "carpeting" is pulled back you can get to the three bolts holding the tail light to the body. After removing the screws, gently wiggle the tail light assembly from the body of the car and look for any hooks the may hold the tail light in place. They won't stop you from removing it, but they do hold onto it. They are mostly there for alinment when installing the tail light. The bulbs should be in twist off plugs.

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SOURCE: burned out light bulb (# 9) in the manual, how do I change it on my 200 lexus rx 300?

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Posted on Aug 18, 2009

SOURCE: Tail lights don't work. Fuse is goo and bulbs are

check for voltage at the fuse and at the light bullb socket.

If you have juice at the fuse and none at the bulb look for a short.

You could have a broken ground wire too. So try grounding the bulb with a test light.

Good luck and be safe.

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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First replace the tail light bulbs. The tail light and brake lights are different filaments in the same bulb. it is very possible for the tail lights to go out while brake lights still work. And somtimes the tail lights can blow out together.
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Location of the lights

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The illustration shows the locations of the lights on the RH side. The LH side is the same but

mirror-reversed.

The lights have the following functions:

- 1 +1 = Parking light Fail light

- 2 = Reversing light

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Tail light changing bulbs

Ignition off.

Open the cover in front of the tail light

Undo the wing nut and take out the lamp holder.

Change the defective bulb.

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Check that all bulbs lamps are intact and in working order.

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That has a double filament bulb in it. One is for the tail light and the other for the brake and maybe the turn signal. If your turn signal flashes the tail light and not an individual turn signal bulb it will behave the same way. The way it works is that the tail light filament goes off and the brighter brake light filament comes on. The brake light half of the bulb is out. If you change it, change the passenger side too, it will do the same shortly if you leave it in. They tend to go bad in pairs. Good luck.

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The odds are the one fuse is blown for the dash and the tail lights. And the wrong bulb may have been put in for the brake light. The brake light is feeding back into the tail light circuit causing the fuse to blown out.

Change out the bulbs with OEM bulbs and replace the blown fuse. That should fix the problem.

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hi if it is only the one bulb not working/tail light and the front light on same side is working along with number plate and other tail lights may i suggest you replace/check the bulb on defective light as if fuse had blown ? the front light on same side would not be working if you put ignition on and press brake your brake light shoul work ? if so change the bulb as the bulb has two elements inside tail light and a higher wattage element for brake light

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they may be dual element bulbs. the element used for the tail lights is ok but the brake light element is burnt. change both bulbs.

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hi, i have sorted this problem on my 99 focus ghia.,check both your tail light bulbs.someone put the wrong bulb in and i had the exact same problems you described.the bulb for brake/tail light has two steel connecters and and all other bulbs have one.i put proper bulb in and the problem disappeared.now lights working perfect and sidelights dont come on now when i brake :)change both brake/tail bulbs on each side.1 euro will fix this problem.hope this helps.

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If you take the bulb out you will see the seperate elements.
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