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Your going to need to inspect the harnes, my guess is you have melted wiring
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tail light problems
Probably because it blows immediately because the short is now a dead short. The hot wire is completely against the ground not just rubbing. Has the car been hit in the back at any time? Look underneath and see if any wires are hanging down.around the tail light area. Your looking for a wire that is rubbing against metal . Could be inside the trunk behind the covers .
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Posted on Nov 25, 2008
OK there is a short in your car
take all the light bulbs out of the light that trigger the problem this break the current place one bulb in at a time checking that the fuse has not blown this will pin point where the problem is
once you find the problem you can replace the socket as it may have started to corrode check for water
once you replace the socket you should not have a problem
if you do let me know
dj_ricko_1988 at hot mail dot com
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
SOURCE: Rear tail / brake lights
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Almost always, your described concern indicates a loose ground particularly on the driver side. What is required is to check the connectors leading to the driver rear side and/or a ground wire. Often, the problem would be the ground terminal is loose or corroded leading to the body of the vehicle. A temporary workaround is to determine which is the ground in the bulb socket (always the body) and wire a jumper wire to any exposed metal part of the rear end.
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
One of the tail light bulbs can be shorted internally. Replace the tail light bulbs first. Try this cheap fix first.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Check the brake light switch should be a orange wire with 12v then a white wire with 12v when the pedal is pressed.If htat cks good then ck the hazard switch by moving it up and down and wiggeling the knob with the brake pedal pressed if they start working then your multifunction switch is bad and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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Apr 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks
TAIL LIGHT NOT WORKING
can be faulty tail light bulb or its issue with tail light control
switch or its wiring's are short.
Check the voltage at fuse slot of tail light.Do you receive 12 volt
there.If not,then it says tail light switch is not receiving power supply.
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