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Tail lights are not working.

2001 Civic tail lights are not working.

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  • sherry0807 May 29, 2010

    Do you know which fuse it is? Haven't been able to figure that part out yet. Thanks!!

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Check your Fuse for The Tail Lights.1ST Thing. From: WYOCWBOY

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