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Ford 1999 e 150 taillight issues

My rear running lights dont work with the lights on, work when I depress the brake...any suggestions

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  • cedermechani Nov 18, 2009

    i checked the emergency flashers and they work and so does pushing on the brake...should I now change the bulbs

  • cedermechani Nov 19, 2009

    i checked the emergency flashers and they work and so does pushing on the brake...should I now change the bulbs

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Check to see if the emergencey flashers are turned on,and they do not work.In other words,if the flashers do not work,and the flasher button is on,the lights would not work unless the brakes are applied.Also,check for a fuse to be out.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

  • Ronny Bennett Sr.
    Ronny Bennett Sr. Nov 18, 2009

    That would be the first thing to check,the bulbs,and go from there,checking all your fuses.

  • Ronny Bennett Sr.
    Ronny Bennett Sr. Nov 19, 2009

    I would check the bulbs,then the fuses.

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