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Driver side tail lights not working .... Ground wire checks ok.... No voltage to any of the other wires to that side... Swapped tail light assy to passenger side and it worked ok... so i assume that the 12 volts to driver side is not available from the front voltage panel... is there a seperate fuse for the tail lights

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Please try this steps:

  • First make sure the socket connector from the light is connected properly.
  • Secondly, make sure the wires from the socket is fixed and not loose.

If you have questions feel free to reply to this solution.

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Tail lights not working


Not for tail lights.
GeT a 12 Volt probe screwdriver with the handle that lights up or volt meter. Remove the bulb turn on tail lights clip to any good ground and put the probe tip on the bump at the bottom of the socket and it should lite up. Now clip ground to side wall of socket and probe both bumps in the center one bump is tail the other is brake. Have someone push on brakes and see if they light when on one bump then check tail on other bump. DO NOT TOUCH THE SIDE WITH CENTER PROB OR IT WILL SHORT BE CAREFUL. this will tell you where the problem is,

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Troubleshoot your lights
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You have a tail or brake light that doesn't work, but you replaced the bulb and no change. You'll have to troubleshoot, so buy a simple volt/ohm meter.

Be sure the power is off and no power on any of the socket pins. Then clean the light socket and connection pins with a stiff brush or steel wool.

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