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My reverse lights and tag lights are out maybe fuse ? and where is fuse located at thanks

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    Brett Duxbury Apr 18, 2017

    Hi Denise Exum, we want to help you with your question, but we need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    Without a specific car model and make all ?
    I can advise to look for a fuse compartment in the interior of the car like a panel that removes or a cover that removes on the sides of the inside of the vehicle or under the dash board. Also look at fuses that may be contained in the engine bay .

  • Denise Exum Apr 18, 2017

    sorry 2006 jetta

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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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