Question about Buick LeSabre
Since the bulb filaments are the weakest link, it is usually best to check that first.
You don't have to replace them or buy new ones, until after you check the power at the socket to verify it really is just the bulb.
Check the ground at the socket as well.
It not, then the next most common is the fuse.
Again it is best to use a test light instead of just looking at the fuse.
If all that is good, then the light switch would be next to check.
You would be using the test light to see if power was being sent to the prong the tail light attach to, on the switch, when power is turned off and on.
If there is power at the switch but not at the sockets, one then looks under the carpet for a disconnected or corroded connector, or a wire cut where it goes through a wall, etc.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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