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Tail lights and instrument panel lights out. all others work fine. Not the module in the trunk. already found and fixed a short in the license plate light. no other wires appear to be exposed. What about the running light relay under the park brake inside the car?

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How bout the brake lights if they are burnt out then the dash lights won't work thats to let yo know they are burned out.

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that line on that fuse is shorted, the fuse saved the fire.
we use an ampclamp DC ammeter to find the wire that is shorted
and the actual point of short.

the park-tail circuit (tail fuse, right) is the most complex of all.
20 lamps inside car, and many out side, it is the hardest to find of all shorts. but not with the tool
first check for damage behind all park lamps
i bet the fuse blows in park (1st click) not head lights. right?
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but the fuses can be marked tails, for fun .
imagine, calling the 2 front lamps tails. and are on .(my on going joke)
sidelamps,
the inside lamps are many too.
all dimmable lamps. so turn the dimmer down to zero and see if fuse blows now, NO?, bingo.

the best way to fix this is , visual inspections for collision damage or wire hacks in the cab.
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i missed one problem
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The fuse for the tail lamps is located in the Instrument Panel Junction Block under the left side of the dash behind the lower finish panel. It is marked "TAIL" and it is a 10 Amp fuse.

HINT: If this fuse is blown, your front marker lamps and your license plate lamps will also not be working.

Please also read this article: Where's The Fuse?

If you are having a problem getting your tail lamps to work, The common problems on your vehicle is bad grounds inside the tail light housing. They tend to get loose at the rivets that hold the light socket and the ground wires to the plastic housing. I have fixed many of these by drilling out the rivet and drilling a small hole COMPLETELY through the tail lamp housing at the rivet location and installing a long, skinny bolt with a nut and lock washer to re-mount the light socket and ground wire.

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Hope this helps your out. I know the diagram and locator is a bit blurry but hopefully it gets what you need.
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