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What type of license plate socket fuse do i need to replace

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Hello Juani Ornelas,

just a Scientific Wild Guess...

Most likely you are NOT looking at a FUSE FAILURE.

There is NOT a separate fuse for your license.

Free drawings are available at the BBB Industries site below.

You are looking for a bad sockette either electrically joined together ... it is a bulb or socket issue...!!

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Posted on Dec 16, 2016

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SOURCE: no back up lights or license plate lights

First chk. all fuses and bulbs. There is a backup light switch under dash either on steering colume or someplace close. plate lights should be hooked in with running lights, If bulbs are ok chk for wire unhooked or bad ground. can't help on diagram.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LICENSE PLATE LIGHTS(2)

there is none, will have to replace lights, should came on with running or parking lights.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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SOURCE: License plate lights do not work.

The licence plate lights are in the same line as your tail light wiring assembly. I assume your tail lights are working or you would have got a ticket for that. The wire is either cut, broken or unhooked from the tail light wires (which usually are brown). If you can not find the problem, you can always run a new wire to the tail light wire from your licence plate wire. Then they should work.
Your other problem is that the license plate ground is rusty & not grounding, which would also not let them work, so you should probably check that first. Rick

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: need to replace license plate bulb on my 2005

1. Open the hatch and stand under it.
2. Remove pull handle from the inside of the hatch (2 screws under pop panels).
3. Starting in the lower corners, gently pry the entire interior panel from the hatch,
and leave it hanging from the wiper area near the glass.
4. Grasp the bulb housing and twist to the left while pressing inward.
5. Replace with a 1156 bulb.

Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Replacing the license plate light

I just replaced the license bulb on my 2004 Odyssey, so here's how you do it: slide the plastic license light cover to the right to unlock it and then pull it straight out and down. It has enough wire behind it to get the entire assembly out. You may have to wiggle a flat screwdriver around the edges to loosen it up a little if you can't slide it over, but don't try to lever it straight out--it might break one of the tabs! When it's out, squeeze both sides of the plastic cover in order to slide out the bulb socket. Pull out the dead bulb and replace it with a new #168 bulb by pushing it back into the slot, then line up the socket with the cover and slide it back on until it clicks (only goes on one way; it's bigger on one side), then re-seat the weather liner around the edge of the plastic cover and insert it back into the hole, sliding it to the left to lock it back into place. Good luck!

Posted on Jul 13, 2015

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