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I have an ultra fire XML T6 Cree torch that has the on off switch on the torch body not the tail. Light switch only works sometimes. How to fix?

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How do I remove a stripped lug nut from an oil pan on a 2003 Ford Windstar

Need a pic to be able to help you. I'd soak it with PB BLASTER or Liquid Wrench penetrating oil, then hit the surrounding boss,not the oil plug, with a propane torch for a few seconds.
Sometimes you can drive the next smaller socket(metric onto SAE or vice-versa) onto the plug.
A shop can weld a new bolthead to it and get a fresh grip. Unhook both battery cables,unplug the computer, and ground the car body if welding is done. At least that's what I'd do. don-ohio (:^)

Dec 31, 2016 | 2003 Ford Windstar

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I have a 2003 suzuki xl7 what causes the tail lights not to work when ive checked the bulbs and fuses and they are good

it can only be 3 things, blown fuse, (test them not gander)
open circuit or short circuit.
are you saying park running lights are dead, aka, TAIL.
are the park lights working up front, ? and on dash?
1st click of head light switch is park. that is dead,at all lamp inside and outside of car?
02 xl7 (usa car answers, we do, here, as it is a USA forum)

this car has a BCM, body brain.
and it runs most things, we scan it first to see if IT has issues.
called DTCs.
when you select TAIL, at switch this is a digital input to BCM
true (0v = true) signal tells BCM you want tail/ parks on.

it (BCM) then closes relay 23 (seen below) park/tail relay
if the fuse is not blown, then this relay glows the dash
Illumination lights (park dim) are yours glowing now.
yes the all that is good fuse to dash.
now out side car, lots of tail/park lamps, which dont glow, just rear?


Feb 02, 2015 | Suzuki Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2001 pontiac aztek. The parking lamps and the tail lights will NOT shut off unless I disconnect the battery. The car also has a warning light that comes on and reads "Park Lamps Out". How do I fix...

Check brake switch near brake pedal most often it will be broken. sometimes you can try pulling up on the brake pedal to get the light to go out for a sec if that works it is the brake light switch. usually the warning light is tied to the actual light sockets it is also possible that the brake light switch went bad and from the tail lights staying on so long it may have melted the wires at the tail lights and now causing the warning light to light.

Dec 06, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2002 GMC 1500hd 4x4 6.0 gas engine. Have no break lights. Tail lights and turn signals work fine. Replaced fuses and stop light switch and still have no break lights

GM had a lot of problems with the circuit boards that house the rear lights. My suggestion is to use a test light clip one end to the trucks body parts then remove brake light switch the orange wire should light the bulb on test light this is the power wire, the white wire is the stop light circuit with switch out this also should be lite up. Drop down turn signal switch connector the brake lamp wire goes up the turn signal switch and comes back down the yellow and green wires no power there it is a bad turn signal switch. If Ok Now remove one tail lamp assembly unplug harness and test for power if still have no power trace wiring back to fire wall and check at bulkhead connector. IF ok then circuit board is bad.

Nov 11, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Brakes lights work but tail lights do not work or front running light do not work

Your Tail Lamp/Park Lamp system is pretty easy to check. ayou can check to see which part of the system is failing by checking for power and ground at the socket for the tail lamp relay. The tail lamp relay is located in the driver's side junction box under the left side of the dash. It is the relay that is second from the bottom at the far left.
To check the circuits, you just need a 12 volt test light. Remove the relay and do the following tests:
Connect one end of the test lamp to the battery NEGATIVE post. with the other end probe pins 1 and 5 of the relay connector. Both of these pins should have power (light your test light) at all times. If they do not, or if one is hot and the other one is not, the problem is most likely in the junction block itself.

Switch your test lamp lead from the battery negative terminal to the battery POSITIVE terminal.
Probe pin 3. Your test lamp should light, but may be a little dim. This is the circuit through your tail and park lamps to ground. Your park lamps should also light dimly when you do this. If the light does not light at all, then you need to check for a blown fuse at the 10 Amp "TAIL" fuse located inside the drivers side kick panel fuse block. If this fuse is blown, you will need to trace your tail and park lamp circuits to find out where they are shorting.

With your test lamp still connected to battery positive, probe pin 2 at the relay connector. This connector should not do anything until the headlamp (combination) switch is turned on. When it is turned on, your test lamp should light. I am not absolutely certain, but you MAY have to turn the ignition switch on to get this to work. This circuit is actually grounded by the body control computer, and the service manual does not say if it will work without the ignition on. If your test lamp does not light with the light switch turned on and the ignition switch on, then the problem is either the light switch, the body computer, or the wiring in between them. You will need a scan tool that can read live data from the body computer to find out if the body computer is receiving the signal from the headlamp switch. If you have not located the cause of the problem at this point, I would recommend getting with somebody that has the proper equipment to diagnose your computer system.

Good luck,


Sep 26, 2011 | 2002 Toyota Camry

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Tail lights don"t work

This is a common problem

see the final post by "yzer" for the solution:


Montana tail light pigtail

and you'll find numerous posts on various forums about this issue.
Sometimes its the tail lights, sometimes the brake lights or turn signal lights.

The fix involves replacing the pigtail wiring harness and perhaps, the tail light circuit boards.

Dec 31, 2010 | 1999 Pontiac Montana

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Tail lights not coming on. wiring problem

Replace the light switch, if I am right the dash lights will be out, if this is the case post back here to give you detailed instructions on how to fix. Thanks for using fix-ya.

Aug 23, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet K1500

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I have a 2001 Focus Zx3. The dashlights, parking

Sounds like a short circuit here ? You will need to locate the short circuit . Most probable is the tail lamps and their connections , then number plate lights , then any hinged wiring going from body to a door or trunk (ie No plate illum lights) area . Sometimes the dash dimmer can be a problem . Good luck

May 08, 2009 | 2001 Ford Focus

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