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The same fuse controls both dash and tail lights so start there
if all fuses are good suspect headlight switch or short in wiring

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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Check fuse NO.11(7.5amp) in the under dash fuse panel.

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sounds like you have a blown fuse.

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probab;y a faulty ground problem.

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the occasional not working leads me to believe it's loose wiring or a short in the wire somewhere

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check all fuses in car and under bonnet

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