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No tail lights fuses and bulbs are good what could the problem be

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Power comming in to the fuse box or to the fuze. check to see if the fuze has power to it

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My driver side brake light went out but the tale light still works bulb is new


Hi Jimmy.

Most every circuit in a car goes through a fuse. if you look in your owners manual for the particular vehicle you drive, you should find a listing for a fuse for brake light or brake lights. The tail light being OK should not have anything to do with the brake light. They'll be different bulbs, or, at worst, different filaments in the same bulb, and on different fuses. The brake and tail lights are distinct because otherwise, if you had your tail lights on at night, no one could tell you were pressing your brakes.

If you were meaning that the bulb for the brake light in the tail cluster is good, that also will point to a blown fuse. Check there first.

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Hi Leslie, To answer your questions, 1) a fuse can look undamaged and be open circuit (blown) 2) One bulb being blown should have no effect on the other, but if both are blown, the vehicle will have no tail lights! 3) The bulb holders should have no effect on each other, but if the earthing is bad, which is possible on a vehicle which has any rust, the problem could be related. Take a short length of electrical cable and while holding one end to the outer metal housing of the bulb holder with the rear lights switched on, connect the other end to a good metal earth on the body. If the lights or light works the problem is the earth connection. Regards and happy new year John

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Get a test light/ fuse tester and check every single fuse you have (including the ones under the hood). You're on the right track. It's very, very likely to be a fuse somewhere, if you've verified every one of your bulbs are good.

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This could be your reason. Some vehicle come equiped with a double filiment bulb. It could be that this part of your tail light bulb is blown. Try removing one of the bulbs to see if the filiment is broken. If you can not see this, replace the bulb.

The other senario is that the fuse in your fuse panel controling your tail lights (running light) is blown. This is usually on a seperate fuse than your brake lights. Your owner's manual should state which fuse is what on your panel and replace is with the exact same ratted fuse that it calls for.

Good luck! Hope I helped.

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check for voltage at the fuse and at the light bullb socket.

If you have juice at the fuse and none at the bulb look for a short.

You could have a broken ground wire too. So try grounding the bulb with a test light.

Good luck and be safe.

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most likely you have a short in one of the bulb connectors or the hot wire from them is pinched on medal somewhere. Or you have water intrusion shorting one out. Inspect the bulbs. Leave both bulbs out. install fuse. Press brake pedal several times and hold. Inspect fuse. if its blown its the pedal switch that's bad or a pinched wire from there. If good put one bulb in. Test again,, then the next bulb. If you see something obvious fix it.

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most rear tail lights and turn/stop lights are the same dual filiment bulb. it is possible for your tail light to work and your brake light not to and still have a bad bulb. I would check the bulb first, your brake light works on the left yes? this would mean that the fuse is fine

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I had a simaler problem in my 2002 sedona. try replacing the EXT fuse in the engine compartmentand check the rear hatch light inside. Mine kept blowing this fuse because this light bulb was bad.

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