Question about Plymouth Neon
Check the fuses underneath the drivers side steering wheel. Take the fuse box cover off and look at the diagram. It will show what fuse controls the taillights and turn signal indicator. Pull the fuse out and check if it is burned out. Replace it with the same number fuse. Also check ALL the tail light/blinker light bulbs, if one light bulb is burned out then all of them will not work
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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