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My taillights and rear parking and tag lights dont work but the front parking lights do

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Are your dash lights out also? The tail and dash lights are wired on the same circuit and share the same fuse.If your dash lights are working then check the tail light bulbs, I know that it is rare but I have been fooled more than once by both bulbs being blown.

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I have a 93 Ford f150 taillights don't work. The turn signals work, brake lights work, back up lights work, just don't have taillights. fuses, bulbs are all good. Can you give me an answer.


Did you check and ground, anywhere? Usually the front and rear park lamps are the same. Do the front park lamp works? The circuit usually goes hot when you turn on the head lamp switch. Did you check applicable fuses for voltage? Use a test lite to check voltage.
If front park lamps work, I don't think it is the fuse, probably the wiring circuit going to the rear.

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That makes sense since the rear taillights and license plate lamps come from the same power source, which is different that the ones for the backup and brake lights. Here are two diagrams that show the electrical path for the lights from the battery/fusebox all the way to the lamps. Hope this helps!



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Check your Tailight fuse to see if it's blown, if so then start checking for a bad bulb(shorted element) in tailight circuit boards . and also don't forget to check grounds as well, there should be one at rear frame by left (drivers Side) tailight connection/trailer harness connection. hope this helps. do your Brake lights Work ?

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The front park lights work correct? If the front park lights work than there is not a problem with the light switch since the brown wire from the switch supplies power to the front park lights, front side markers, and the rear taillights. There should be twelve volts on the brown wire from the headlight switch with the connector plugged in and the park lights turned on. If this is true that there is a problem with the wiring to the back of the vehicle. A thorough inspection of the harness should reveal the problem. The dim break and blinkers support the above. High resistance also know as corrosion, in the wires or connections would cause this problem.

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My 2003 Pontiac Vibe tail lights do not work. The brake lights work. I checked the tail fuse. Turn signals work also. Why no tail lights?


Your turn signal lights and brake lights are the same lights . Question : do the front parking lights work ? The front and rear running lights or parking lights are all on the same circuit and fuse . If the front lights work , and the rear lights don't , make sure the bulbs are good first . If OK , I would suspect the problem is either a bad ground in the rear taillight wiring harness or a bad connection in the rear taillight connector Itself .

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My tail lights are not working, it keeps blowing my fuse.


1.Unplug your taillights at the sockets and the front running lights from sockets.
2. put in new fuse after unplugging taillights.
3 turn on taillights if fuse blows then the wiring is grounding out somewhere between the switch, fuse panel, and rear and or front parking lights.
4.If fuse does not blow then plug in one socket at a time keep rechecking fuse. when the fuse blows after plugging in a certain socket suspect that one to be bad and replace.

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Check for power to your brakelight switch this located at the top of the brake pedal. I see alot of these go bad.

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When asking a question about a car, please include the details about the car. Most automotive lighting systems run the circuits powering the lights in a series, which means if one goes out, other may quit working as well. If one taillight isn't working and the other is, and you are sure it is not a taillight bulb, check the rest of the bulbs in the car, front and rear blinkers, hazards, parking lights, headlights, and brake lights. If everything else is good, about the only option left is a faulty ground connection, which you can look for visually, but usually requires a wiring diagram and a multimeter to track down.

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