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All rear lights attached to trunk is not working

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Check for power at thee connections I suspect the harness

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1. Check fuses.

2. Check bulbs.

3. Check that wiring harness are attached securely.

4. Check for water in tail lights.

5. Check that wiring has a good ground wire - not loosely attached or attached to rusty spot on body.

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Bmw 525 i 1990 left rear tail light comes on only sometime what is the problem.


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Remove inside boot (trunk) lining behind the light assembly to expose two 10mm nuts with captive washers and (deeper towards the outside of the vehicleA) two plastic lugs.

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Gently prise the light assembly straight back from the rear of the car. This requires some effort. The plastic lugs remain embedded in the sheet metal while notched mating two steel pins remain attached to the light assembly.

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This is a failure of the "remote function actuation module". It is located under the rear deck next to the right rear speaker. The rear seat must be removed to access it along with removing the rear deck. It controls the trunk release, door locks, dome light, and reverse light. My remote trunk release stopped working along with the relase button on the dash along with the reverse lights failing at the same time. The module is over $150 so I would try to find a way to rewire the lights to work without the module.

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How do you get access to the rear turn signal lights in a 95 dodge intrepid


From autozone.com. Please let me know if you have any questions.

  1. Release the trunk latch and open the trunk lid.
  2. Remove the fasteners holding the trunk lining to the lower rear deck panel.
  3. Separate the trunk lining from the deck panel.
  4. Detach the lamp wiring from the wiring harness.
  5. Remove the nuts that retain the tail lamp to the lower deck and quarter panel.
  6. Remove the tail lamp from the vehicle.
  7. Remove the socket and pull the bulb out if replacement is needed.

To install:
  1. Push a new bulb into place if required, then insert the socket into the lamp.
  2. Insert the wire harness through the hole in the lower deck panel.
  3. Install the wiring harness grommet into the lower deck panel.
  4. Place the tail lamp into position on the vehicle.
  5. Install the nuts to hold the lamp to the lower deck and quarter panel.
  6. Attach the wire from the lamp to the body harness.
  7. Place the trunk lining into position on the lower deck panel.
  8. Install the fasteners that hold the trunk lining to the lower rear deck panel.
  9. Check the operation of the lamp.
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Pull back trunk interior trim material. You should be looking at the rear of the taillight assembly. The lights are attached to plugs that twist about 90 degrees CCW to remove. All lightbulb access is from the inside of the trunk. If you need to replace all lights please do so one by one so you don't lose track of which one came out of it's place.

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The procedure is as follows:-- Working from the trunk:
1. locate the 2 retaining knobs (doohickeys that you fasten the trunk cargo net to) for the Hard plastic trunk liner near to and inside of the rear light assembly. Unscrew the knobs.
2. Pulling back the plastic liner, locate the 4 studs (threaded posts). 3 will be located vertically in a line, the fourth, outboard and lower. Using a 10mm wrench(small), remove 3 of the 4 nuts fastening the light assembly to the body. DO NOT remove the lowest nut of the 3 in a vertical line, as this does not fasten the light assembly. DON'T LOSE THE NUTS OR WASHERS.

Working from the rear of the car:
1. Hand pull the light assembly from the car body.
2. Remove bad lamp. Twist lamp socket and pull out of assembly. Pull lamp and replace with #3057.
Reassemble:
1. Test light prior to reassembly.
2. Ensure Gasket material for assembly and studs is intact, this keeps water/dust out and dampens movement (prevents rattling and increases the life of lamp).
3. Use Reverse instruction for reassembly.
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  3. Pull back on the rear compartment trim panel.
  4. Unplug the lamp connector from the rear compartment lid wiring harness.
  5. Press the grommet out of the rear compartment lid.
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