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If it's all of them, it's probably just a blown fuse, which you'll need to identify & replace.
Best of luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: side marker lights do not work
No 1 ..Take the lenses off, and check the bulbs, and renew if necessary, check the bulb holder terminals for corrosion, if so spray with WD40 and clean, (with the lights off).
If this does not get them going , you will need a 12 volt test light, and test for live feed to the bulbs lamp holder, with the lights switched on.
Expect you will find corrosion is the problem.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
If all of the lights operates the same way, this may just be a problem with the relay. You would just need to replace the relay found in the box underneath the hood. If it is on a single bulb you may notice that the interval between blinking may be different from what you used to see.
A complex issue could be wiring issues such as ground wires or grounded wires. This is due to exposed conductor or loose wires that may touch the metal part of the car. If the issue is on a single bulb you will have to trace the wire from the bulb up to the terminal. If all lights acts the same way the wiring issue may be closer to the relay box and the switch at the steering column.
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
The rapid flashing occurs because of the light problem. If the 20A PARK LP fuse in the underhood fuse block is OK, the front marker lamps and the park lights should turn on when you set the headlamp switch to PARK. If the 10A T/SIG fuse in the instrument panel fuse block is OK, and the ignition switch is on, moving the turn signal multi-function switch to signal a right or left turn should cause the turn signals to flash. If this doesn't happen, check for a missing ground connection to the socket you replaced and check to be sure the replacement lamp was not forced into the socket backwards (it happens).
Posted on Sep 18, 2012
have someone turn ignition on but not to start position open the gas cap and listen into the tank you will hear it turn on and prime for a few seconds and shut off or listen under car by tank if you hear it then its working if u hear nothing then you can try slapping the tank and trying it again if it works drive to get it serviced to save a tow bill this wont work repeatedly if it does good luck
Posted on Oct 07, 2014
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