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1992 Stealth. Tail lights and instrument panel not working. All other lights work...brake lights - turn signals etc... Don't see a fuse labeled for tail lights only.????

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    1992 Stealth. Tail lights and instrument panel lights not working. All other lights work...Brake lights, turn signals etc...Can't find a fuse labeled "tail lights" Whats up with this??

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Tail lights and parking lights should be on the same fuse,are the parking lights working?Instrument lights are on there own fuse also.Doubtful,both would be blown at the same time.Check all the fuses,to see if they are blown,pull one,at a time and look at the fuse,and put it back.If you find no fuses bad,replace the headlight switch,it is what powers the instrument lights,and the tail lights.

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Hi,

WOW...Never seen such situations rarely. Is this happened after Accident or some loading or.......................??

Have you checked the Dimmer to make sure it is all set. Check the Instrument Light Fuse as well. If both of the Fuses are good, then the problem might be Driver's side multiplex nit which is where this circuit gets grounded through its located on the back of the drivers fuse box and is common for them to short out

If that is at Fault, the cost of new one is around $150 but if you could get it from Salvage Yard, then it would be only $75 or so.

Hope i helped you.

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