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Tail light mounted of '89 Accord fails to work

Driver's side Tail light mounted on trunk of '89 Accord fails to work; there appears to be no current at all at connection. Where can I get wiring diagram quick?

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Have not got a diagram, but-
Measure the voltage at the tail lamp :-
if no voltage is present, check the parklight feed circuit for blown fuse/faulty relay or other open circuit connection;
if +12v is present, check for missing earth connection at the lamp socket.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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  • Santiago Martinez Sep 13, 2013

    I am experiencing same problem on '89 Accord.

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