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SOURCE: replaced brakelight switch ,still no brake lights, and tailights

Check to make sure you have the correct bulb in them. Even though the parts store may have had a part number, sometimes they don't get them right. If those are correct check the relays and or the socket itself.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: no tail or inside lights

blown fuse on the tail light circuit

Posted on Oct 14, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2001 Subaru Outback wagon, LL Bean

Owners manuel chapter 11 & 12 should show you the fuse box placement and layout..there are two fuse boxes, inside behind the coin holder to the left of the steering wheel, slide out the holder..I believe #5 on the fuse box is the fuse for tail/brake lights. Also under the hood in the engine compartment on drivers side there is the main fuse box.

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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These are famous for the circuit boards in the tail lights going bad. If the tail lights are in bad condition, replace the whole tail light, if the lenses are good, then you can buy just the circuit boards. Any (Good) parts store should have them.

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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SOURCE: Brake lights do not work, Relplaced tail

there is a fuse

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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1994 silverado illumination on instrument panel doesn't work, parking lights and tail lights do not work but headlights and brakelights work fine. All fuses are good. Is this a bad dimmer switch?


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1) Locate and remove sensor.
The sensor is located under the drivers tail light. Unclip it from the body and then unplug it.

2) Bypass the tail light circuit.
Connect the tail light signal wire (Green) to the tail light wire (Green w/ Red Stripe). I recommend using wire tap in squeeze connectors that way you dont have to cut any wires.

3) Bypass the brake light circuit.
Connect the brakelight signal wire (Green w/ White Stripe) to the brake light wire (Red w/ Blue stripe) and the the 3rd brake light wire (Red w/ White Stripe). Again all three of these wires are to be connected together.

4) Throw away your broken Tail Lamp Failure Sensor
Do not plug your sensor back in. Doing so will cause the annoying orange lamp failure warning light on your dash to stay on. Leave it unplugged ant the light will stay off.

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I have a 1988 caprice classic my headlight, brakelights,hazarad lights works but i have no taillights why it want work


it could be the dash board light switch is bad.
may be fuse.
check for power at the tail lights with test light or meter.
may be a fault ground ( not likely) or a bad taillight wire.
did you check the bulbs they have more then one filament in them.

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Tail lights


These are famous for the circuit boards in the tail lights going bad. If the tail lights are in bad condition, replace the whole tail light, if the lenses are good, then you can buy just the circuit boards. Any (Good) parts store should have them.

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I have a 2001 Subaru Outback wagon, LL Bean Edition. I just noticed that the left rear brakelight, tail light and blinker light do not work. I replaced the brakelight bulb but the brakelight does not...


Owners manuel chapter 11 & 12 should show you the fuse box placement and layout..there are two fuse boxes, inside behind the coin holder to the left of the steering wheel, slide out the holder..I believe #5 on the fuse box is the fuse for tail/brake lights. Also under the hood in the engine compartment on drivers side there is the main fuse box.

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Tailights dont turn on


You have POSSIBLY 1. Headlight Switch bad
2. Disconnected or Corroded Ground in trunk
3. Make Absolutly sure the tail lamp FUSE is good
These are realy the only things I would suspect , Because Brakelights and Reverse lights are on
Different Curcits.

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