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What do you do if you have no power going to your tag lights

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Check fuse, or could be blown bulb, or bad wire connection

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2005 gmc sonoma. Tag light isnt working . I was going to check the fuse but cant find tag light listed on fuse diagram. What else would they call it so i can locate what fuse its on. And if its not fuse...


You can check the fuse, but the problem usually is the bulb or the socket contacts where the bulb plugs into.
Tag lights (license plate lights) are exposed to a lot of weather/road exposure and bumps/vibration, which shorten their life.

Rarely is a "tag light fuse" listed. The tag light is typically on a circuit with several other lights or accessories, and most commonly on the taillight circuit fuse, but not always.
Only a wiring diagram or a manual will be able to verify which circuit/fuse it is on, so you may have to check several fuses.

IF it turns out to be a blown fuse, your first step should then be to trace and identify the source of the electrical short (usually in wires by the tag light itself). Simply replacing a fuse is NOT a cure or a good 'repair'.

(As I write this, I have 2 tag lights out on my vehicle,, one which I verified is a blown bulb, and the other due to a badly corroded bulb socket)
Please rate via the helpful button if this helped answer your question, and please post back (via comments) when you discover the actual source of the problem.

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Tag light out, bulb replacement did not work.


Follow wiring back checking as you go- It is NOT a independent hot. I believe its just a corroded or shorted connection in line.

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GMC Sonoma Tag lights and dash light not working.


Maybe you didn't reconnect the ground for those lights. Check for tail light fuse or IP lights fuse. You may have to get a test light or voltmeter, and start looking for where power is lost. Start at the rear light sockets, and work back to the front, to the park light switch.

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The gauge lights and rear running lights tag light are not working


Did they go out together? or did you notice the gauge lights and possibly your tag light has been out? In any case start with the tag light, check your bulbs then using a test light( to make sure i always have ground i use a jumper wire connecting to the battery directly to test light) check for power at the middle of receptacle. when checking for power connect jumper to ground then test light or try to find a good ground somewhere in the rear. if no power check the wire behind the receptacle. I don't think they run of the same circuit but to be safe check for blown fuses first!

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Tag light out. Replaced both bulbs.. still not working. Checked the fuse box but there isn't a specific fuse for the tag light. What next?


the license lights work off of the tail light fuse.check the sockets for power using a test light(make sure you have a good ground).if no power then check were the wires are under the truck behind the bumper and move back down the wire 4" or so until you get power on the license light wire.there is a plug connector for the license lights at the back that may have a poor or damaged connections.

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Wich fuse is the one for the tag lights in a 1998 ford expedition


The tag lights run off the same circuit as the tail lights, if you have tail lights, and the only light out is the tag light, it's the bulb.
If no tail lights also, check the fuse for the tail lights.

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My tag light is out i think it is a fuse where is that fuse?


If your taillights worek then it would not be a fuse because they are on the same curcuit as you tag light. Prbably bulb or a broken wire.

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Both license plate lights are out on my 2000 Chevy Blazer. Could you tell me if there is a dedicated fuse that might be blown?


no there is no dedicated fuse for tag lights.check bulbs,and check for power on tag light wires, and check for ground also.

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License tag light and reversing lights not working. how do i fix the problem?


license and reverse dont use same power circuit but ground is common for each,reverse lights circuit go thru neutral parking switch and stop switch,any ways check fuses first than nothing

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please explain what you mean by tag lights ??never heard of this phrase ??

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