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Head lamps on 2004 impala went out have parking lights no blown fuses

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There are relays for the head lights,but see if the bright lights work also,the bulbs maybe blown,not uncommon for both to blow,then there is the headlight switch,if the brights do not work,it is most likely the headlight switch giving the problem.

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Tail lights. Not exactly sure if you may be talking about like the park lamps when you turn the lights on or if you are talking about the brake lights. I just want to be sure I am giving you the correct information. If you are talking about the park lamps and you are just having problems with the rear ones, then you are dealing with an electrical issue. Below is a the location of the fuse panel as well as a diagram of the fuse layout. I have marked the fuse that covers the park lamps. The thing is this would also be the front, side and the power to the head light switch so if you are having just rear park lamp problems, again it would be an electrical wiring problem. If you are talking about the brake lights, in that same panel fuse number 25 would be the one to check (not marked with an arrow). Both of them are 15 amp fuses. Hope this helps....

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The Park Lamps and Instrument Panel illumination lamps are controlled by the lighting control module. The problem could be either the headlamp switch or the Lighting control module. Most likely, the head lamp switch.
The most likely cause of the brake lamps not working would be a failed Brake Pedal Position (BPP) switch. It could also be caused by the multifunction switch. To find out if it is the BPP, check for power at the BPP switch. One terminal has a Light Green and Red (LG/R) wire and the other has a Plain Light Green (LT GN) wire. The LG/R wire should be hot at all times. The LT GN wire should be hot only when the pedal is pressed down.

If there is no power at all, there is probably a blown fuse at fuse #10 (20 Amp) in the Central Junction Box (CJB) located uder the left side of the dash. If this fuse is blown, you have a short circuit between the CJB and the BPP switch.

If there is power only on the LG/R wire even with the pedal pressed, then replace the BPP switch.

If there is power on both sides of the BPP then check fuses #20 (7.5 Amp) and #22 (20 Amp) also locatedin the CJB.

If fuse #20 is blown, you have a short between the BPP and the Lighting Control Module. If fuse #22 is blown, you could have a short anywhere from the BPP through the Multifunction Switch all the way back to the brake lamps themselves.

The Brake lamps, Turn Signals, and Park Lamps all share the same ground, so if the Turn Signals are working, it is not likely a ground problem.

Please also review this article: Where's The Fuse?

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The load side of relay is that line with arrowhead. There could be other issues.

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