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2004 honda odessey wiring diagram

Tail lights and dash lights does not work the ten fuse is good

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Hello! Check Fuse #32 (15A) in the under-hood fuse box...

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96 eclipse rs back tail lites and dash wont come on i changed the combination switch ,fuses,relays and bulbs and it still dont work what else can it be?

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I can't get my brake lights to work. the rear one in the window works but the tail ones won't work.do you have any ideas as of what to try to fix this problem. Thanks!
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No tai lights or dash lights in 2004 Scion xB fuses good no power at rear plugs. Brake and blinkers do work. So frustrated.


Did you look at a wiring diagram to see what all is involved in those circuit's ? The fuse is GOOD ? 10 amp tail lamp fuse is good , but is there Battery + voltage there ? With a volt meter or test light check for B+ voltage on both sides of the fuse . Both the dash and tail lights get B+ voltage from the head lamp switch . You can find a wiring diagram here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html How to Use Multimeter to Troubleshoot Common Problems

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Fuse for tail lights 2011 honda odyssey


The tail lights in your 2011 Honda Odessey are computer-controlled. The fuse that protects the tail lamp circuits is FUSE Number 22, located in the underhood fuse and relay box located in the right rear of the engine compartment. It is a 10 Amp fuse. There is also a tail light relay located in the same box.

Please NOTE: If the fuse is blown, the cause of the fuse blowing MUST be located and repaired. Simply replacing the fuse will only result in another blown fuse.

Also, relay failures are pretty rare. If you can find another relay in the relay box with the same part number on it, you can swap them to see if this helps.
If this does not get your tail lights working, you will have to scan your computer network for possible fault codes in order to locate the cause of the problem (which is really a good idea to BEGIN with).

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Your dash lights going out is an indication that your tail lights are not working. Most of the time it is just a bad tail light fuse. It could also be a bad relay( if there is a separate tail light relay) or a broken wire . If you have a shorting wire on a tail light or on the wire going to the fuse box that could be the source of the problem. If the fuse int he box is good then check the power wire going to the box.

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I need diagrams for the fuse boxes in the dash and engine compartment so I can find the fuse/relay I need to replace. My dash lights, tail lights and windsheild wipers are out.


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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
www.autozone.com and http://www.pdfgeni.com/book/1998-ford-ranger-wiring-diagram-pdf.html


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try http://www.etrailer.com/faq-wiring.aspx. They have very good concise information that might help.
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