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Warning light for rear spoiler wont go off ,and hood the wont go down nothing happens when button pushed

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On my 2008 Subaru Outback, my rear tail lights are on as they normally would be, however, when I step on the brake, the brake lights do not come on (for both left and right), but the spoiler brake light...


There are a few items to check: Fuses [ should be listed as stop, or brake light ] there's a reason if blown, Bulbs [ they have an average life span, you may have 2 that happened to burn out at the same time ], Wireing [ may have a cut or broken wire in a harness in the rear or a trailer light harness problem if equiped.]

May 26, 2011 | 2008 Subaru Outback

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When car is turned on all rear barke lights and signals work but when car is off and brake is applied only the spoiler brake light comes on is that supposed to happen like that /


The rear spoiler and both rear lights should come on with the car off and brake applied, but no other lights should,The Only lights that should work on any vehicle when it's turned off is The headlights,brake lights,and hazzard light..

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My rear spoiler wont lift automatically or manually,even when i press the rocker switch


my spolier for my 996 4s wont go down, does anyone know where the manual buton?

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Rear brake lights on a 1998 pontiac sunfire wont work


Check your wiring from the lights to the front..The wires go under the rear seat and they sometimes come pinched..Theres a bad wire or connection there somewhere..Just try and follow the wires up to the fuse box..It could even be corded under the fuse box,Hope this helps you..And Have A Great day..

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How do you replace the brake light on the rear spoiler on a 2001 Hyundai Accent?


This is the Spoiler Dude. The spoiler light is attached with screws to the spoiler. You must remove the screws and then the spoiler light will come away from the spoiler. Clip the two wires ( Black & Red ). Attached the new spoiler light ( I can get that for you) with a sleeve. Test the new light with the brake pedal depressed. Screw in the new light and that is it. If you have any questions.
Call Spoiler Dude Paul
719-661-8600
www.spoilerdudepaul@gmail.com

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Can't get the spoiler, that holds the 3rd brake light on the off


regarding chevy equinox spoiler there are three 10mm bolts one on each end and one in the middle then there are three pins in the middle that snap in. these are very difficult to release without breaking them. If they break use a two part adhesive sparingly to hold the spoiler down or it will hit when you open the hatch.

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I cant get the hood release to unlock on my porsche 1998 boxster


open the fuse box in the foot well should be redpillar that can pull towards you will have a pic of a car on it.connect one live to this earth to door latch and now can pop hood.there is also a button by fuse box to close open rear spoiler.

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2002 Beetle Turbo S Spoiler Malfunctioning


try lubricating the joints on the spoiler and lift mechanism. use a teflon based lube. or something similar so that it doesn't gum up the hinges


good luck
Jason

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