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2006 Toyota Sienna Taillight will not work I had remote start installed and when you remote start the tail light and parking light will flash indicating car is remote started. Problem: When I put the key in ignition and turn on the head lamp they turn on but no tail light. Switch to parking lights and front yellow lights and taillight will not work. Took it back to Sixth ave thinking something wrong with remote start setup, because the tail light and parking light will flash when car is remote started but will not turn on when put the key in and turn on the headlights or parking lights. Per Sixth ave when they install the remote start they bypass the fuse. The remote start sends signal to lights to have it flashed. Is that a correct statement? I checked the fuse in engine compartment, did not find a blown fuse. Question What fuse controls the taillight and where i

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Bypass the fuse? Bypassing a fuse is a fire hazard in the first place. When they worked on that everything should work normally plus the added feature. Not compromising anything. Take it back there and have it done properly or put it back the way it was, and have it done somewhere else. You work hard for your money so you deserve a good job on your car.

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