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Need to find the rear right tail lamp fuse. I am not seeing this listed in my manual.

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It might be in the back by the lights if it is not a pick up truck

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08 Buick lucerne cxl. Third brake light works as well as front signal lights. No rear brake lights or turn signals. Tail lights and headlights and third brake lights works. Bulbs good. Help


Stop Lamps
The brake pedal position sensor is used to sense the action of the driver application of the brake pedal. The body control module (BCM) provides a 5-volt reference voltage and low reference to the brake pedal position sensor. The position sensor provides an analog voltage signal back to the BCM that will increase as the brake pedal is applied. When the brake is applied, the BCM will then apply battery voltage to the left and right stop/turn signal lamp supply voltage circuits and the center high mounted stop lamp (CHMSL) supply voltage circuit illuminating the stop lamps. At the same time the BCM applies battery voltage through the signal circuit to the transmission control module (TCM) and the engine control module (ECM) indicating that the brakes are applied.
Ground for the stop lamps is supplied as follows:
• G402 provides ground for the left rear stop/tail/turn signal lamps
• G403 provides ground for the right rear stop/tail/turn signal lamps
• G301 provides ground for the CHMSL
The stop lamps on this vehicle will not illuminate unless the ignition is in the accessory, run, or crank positions. When the ignition is in the OFF position the stop lamps will not illuminate when the brake pedal is applied.
Battery voltage from the LT TRN/SIG and RT TRN/SIG fuses located in the rear fuse block is also used by the body control module (BCM) for stop lamp operation.

Turn Signal Lamps
Battery voltage supplied to the body control module (BCM) from the fuses listed below is used for turn signal and hazard lamp operation.
• LT TRN/SIG fuse for the left turn signals
• CTSY/RF TRN fuse for the right front turn signal
• RR TRN/SIG fuse for the right rear turn signal
When the turn signal switch is place in either the LEFT or RIGHT position, ground from G300 is applied through the turn signal switch signal circuit to the BCM indicating the turn signal request. In response to this signal, the BCM applies a pulsating voltage to the front and rear turn signal lamps supply voltage circuits cycling the lamps ON and OFF. At the same time the BCM sends a GMLAN serial data message to the instrument panel cluster (IPC) to cycle the appropriate turn signal indicator ON and OFF.
Ground for the turn signal lamps is supplied as follows:
• G104 provides ground for the left and right front turn signal lamps
• G402 provides ground for the left rear stop/tail/turn signal lamps
• G403 provides ground for the right rear stop/tail/turn signal lamps

Do you have a factory scan tool (tech2) ? Your best bet , take it to the dealer .

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Tail lights not working fuse is good bulbs are good. What do I need to check now. 2008 Pontiac G6


What fuse is good ? Did you check fuse in rear fuse box ? Also did you check park lamp relay .
Park, Tail and Marker Lamps
The park, tail, and marker lamps, including the license lamps, are turned ON when the headlamp switch is placed in the PARK or HEADLAMP position, or anytime the headlights are requested. The PARK LAMPS fuse in the rear fuse block supplies battery positive voltage to the PARK LAMP relay switch contacts. The PARK LAMPS fuse in the rear fuse block also supplies battery positive voltage to the PARK LAMP relay coil. When the park lamps are turned ON, the body control module (BCM) energizes the park lamp relay. Current flow is from the PARK LAMP relay to their respective park and marker lamps and to ground. Ground is provided at G101, G102, G401, and G403.
Fuse Block - Rear
Left side of the rear compartment, behind the left rear wheel well

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Why don't taillights work?


please be clear.
tail/ parks are dead, but parks on front and sides ok?
not brake lamps.
not turns, failing.
not reverse lamps.

only the rear of car lamps are dead. in park selected on the stalk, right?
every thing else works (matters this in electrics, all cases )
btw the FSM book is $4 to read, online. see link at end.
no need to be helpless with $4 in way.
the pages tell you 2 things how it works and where to put voltmeter probes.
rules for this car , seen at mitchells.
1: BCM car, (means the lamps are computer controlled)

the tail fuse is fuse 36, and if looks ok we test it
way because looking ok can be hair cracks.
so its got 0 ohms in hand or 12vdc both sides in car.
the fuse runs headlight #2 relay, (but is tail relay in truth)
see it in the schematic i do....
the BCM sees you turn on parks. at pin 9
then the BCM , energizes a transistor that in turn
engergizes the HL relay 2, and all park lamps glow.
my guess, you dont know there are 6 lamps.
so is the relay closing?
if not scan the PCM to see if there are BCM errors.
not scanning , now, can be endless tail chasing on all modern cars.

The BCM grounds 1 HL#2 relay pin to energize said relay
this is what i look for first.

if other 4 park lamps work, now's the time to say so.
as that is , a horse of a different color....

the real book is here for 4 bucks

https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Category/3-suzuki-service-manuals.aspx

Feb 06, 2016 | 2004 Suzuki XL-7

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Where is the fuse for the right tail light located and what is it labeled?


It's marked LP PK R 15 amp , it's located in the instrument panel fuse box . IP Fuse Block
Under the right side of the IP, near the rear of the IP compartment

LP PK R Fuse 15
15 A
Remote Function Actuator (RFA) Module, License Lamps, Tail/Stop Lamps, Tail/Signal Lamps, RH Side Marker Lamps, RH Front Park/Turn Signal Lamp

Apr 27, 2015 | 2000 Buick Park Avenue

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My left side tail light doesn't work after changing the lamp. Jeep 2007 - Commander


it worked before the change out?
there are 3 things that are first. on advance electronics, cars. like this. 2007 is 1st year, of wild complexity.
  1. check fuses first. MIP fuse #8,9,10 (8 is left) check that?
  2. check action of park relay
  3. check for trailer wiring hacks (do you have factory hitch option?)
  4. and scan the PCM , do you see any park fail DTCs'
DTCs are system errors.
that is first.
next if not solved, we look in the FSM for that chapter, and the schematics, to see how its is structured. (varies by year, car)

FSM JEEP XK 2007 (book)
factory service manual.

left side rear tail (park) (tail is old name , car has many park lamps now , not just 1 or 2 tails like in the old days.
so it park and the relay of same name.
there are front parking lights too... do those all work>?

my guess, is you didnt check fuses first.
am i right?
fuse 8 is blown?
but that takes out front left park
and left side marker (park ) lamps too.
so did you look at all left park lights first>?

i bet not, if im wrong then you do have wiring errors.
or the new lamp from china is shorted inside, (common)
try one more lamp , like from GE or Philips.


Feb 24, 2015 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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Tail lights, instrument panel lights, and license plate lights not working. Fuse blows immediately when changed.


that line on that fuse is shorted, the fuse saved the fire.
we use an ampclamp DC ammeter to find the wire that is shorted
and the actual point of short.

the park-tail circuit (tail fuse, right) is the most complex of all.
20 lamps inside car, and many out side, it is the hardest to find of all shorts. but not with the tool
first check for damage behind all park lamps
i bet the fuse blows in park (1st click) not head lights. right?
side lamps the 4 front rear park lamps, some call it tail its not really tail now, was in 1920 ,not now. park is everywhere.
but the fuses can be marked tails, for fun .
imagine, calling the 2 front lamps tails. and are on .(my on going joke)
sidelamps,
the inside lamps are many too.
all dimmable lamps. so turn the dimmer down to zero and see if fuse blows now, NO?, bingo.

the best way to fix this is , visual inspections for collision damage or wire hacks in the cab.
then the fuse is pulled and circuit breaker inserted 15amp
(they sell em)
then we connent the ammeter to the wire (output of fues)
i push the switch and amps goes to infinity and the CB trips
if follow the cables, and find what line is shorted.

i missed one problem
on the rear or front 4 corners of the car may be twist lock blubs.
like 1157 or? these love to short. push in lamps never short.well not the lamp actual.
in not sure what lamps the 06 uses, but replace the brass based lamps. (in park tail ckt)


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Tail lights on '01 lexus 430 wont come on


Check fuses first for rear park lamps. I do believe there will be 2 fuses for RR & LR tail lamps. Owners manual will state the location of the fuse junction box. If both fuses are good, I would next check to see if the park/brake lamp bulbs are good and are the correct type. If the bulbs are correct and okay, the turn signal stalk assembly has failed and needs to be replaced. BEFORE YOU REPLACE THAT PART............. If you have a trailer hitch installed, check the trailer hitch wire harness and make sure that it is not shorting out on anything metal due to poor installation. If that is the case, repair short and replace rear park lamp fuse(s). Hope this helps you out.

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My dashboard and rear lights don't work


Assuming this has the V6, the 15A PARK LPS fuse in the underhood fuse block feeds constant power to the auto park lamp relay. When the relay closes, 12V power passes through the 10A INST LPS fuse in the right instrument panel fuse block to the panel dimmer switch and then to the five instrument cluster lamps.

If by "rear lights" you mean everything in the rear lamp assemblies, power for the tail lights (running lights) starts at the 15A PARKLAMP fuse in the underhood junction block, passes through the automatic lamp control (ALC) relay and the right instrument panel junction block to the tail filament of the dual stop/tail lamp and the separate tail lamp on each side. The 12 V power for the stop lamps is protected by the 20A STOPLAMPS fuse in the left I/P junction block, passes through the stoplamp switch when brakes are applied, stop filament of the dual stop/tail lamps. That leaves the turn signals and the hazard lamps. Power for the turn signals originates at the 10A TURNLAMPS fuse in the left I/P junction block and is applied to the hazard switch. Switch output goes to the turn/headlamp/wiper switch for selection of left or right turn signals. That switch output goes to the turn lamp. Power for the hazard function begins at the 10A HAZRD LPS fuse in the left I/P junction box and goes to the hazard switch. Switch output is sent to the left I/P junction box to make the turn signals flash. That's it. Post a comment if you need more information.

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2001 jaguar s type - Right tail lamp failure message.... I replaced bulbs and fuse and tail lights still don't work but the dual element right break light does illuminate when I press the break also right...


There is a harness that you unplugged for the rear tail lamp. Make sure it is fully pressed and locked. This is always the cause on jags for tail lamp failure.

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2002 Jaguar X-Type - Looking for the Taillight Fuse


The fuse you are looking for is in the Passenger Compartment Fuse Box, the fuse for the left hand tail lamp (viewed from the rear of the vehicle) is F64. The right hand tail lamp fuse is F63 - both are RED in colour and rated at 10 amps. Hope this helps.

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