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No brake, turn, or hazard lights on rear of 2008 ford taurus

Tail lights work only , no brake light including back window brake light, turn signals , or hazards work on rear of vehicle

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Sounds like a wiring loom connector may have come apart as affecting all rear lighting trace loom back from light cluster to see if all are connected properly

Posted on Mar 29, 2014

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    Janie Meadows Jun 03, 2015

    Where is the wiring loom connector located?

  • steve Jun 04, 2015

    the wiring loom(s) will be located behind the side panels in the rear of the vehicle , gain access to each rear light cluster from rear , as though you were changing a bulb, then trace where the wiring goes and when you get to a connector make sure it is pushed fully home , it would also be a good idea to check for power at the same time with a volt meter whilst having some one operate the affected lights, if you have power then it must be a component fault, hope this helps

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SOURCE: Hazard Lights Won't Work on 96 Taurus

FIRST Check for Blown Fuse Then Locate Flasher Units @ Fuse Block to Determine Wiitch one is Hazard Turn On Key Then Turn Syg. Feel Flashers The One you feel Clicking is For Turn The Other IS Flasher Replace this Flasher unit.

  1. Verify the customer's concern by operating the turn signal/hazard flasher lamp to duplicate the condition.
  2. Inspect to determine if one of the electrical concerns apply: VISUAL INSPECTION CHART Electrical
    • Circuitry open/shorted.
    • Fuse junction panel Fuse:
+ 15 (10 A) + 29 (15 A)
  • Damaged multi-function switch.
  • Miniature bulb burned out.
  • Damaged lamp.
  1. If the inspection reveals obvious concern(s) that can be readily identified, service as required.
  2. If the concern(s) remains after the inspection, determine the symptom(s) and go to the Symptom Chart. See: ProceduresSymptom Chart(s)

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SOURCE: 2002 ford taurus tail lights are not

You have a bad connector or wire. Use a multimeter to check the wire and connectors from both lights. My bet is on the wire.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: back lights on ford taurus out brake light work turn signals work hazard lights work but no back lights.

Go the cheapest way first..... Replace both bulbs. It may be that both bulbs went out relatively at the same time

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