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I drive a 2000 Blazer, both tag lights are not working. yet when I replaced the bulbs w/ new ones, they still didn't light up. where should I look next? maybe wiring? and how would I check that?

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I drive a 1999 Toyota Solara, I replaced my tag light with a new bulb and it's still not working what is wrong and whart do I do?

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It sounds like there is a wiring issue in the flex point on the back door trunkbumpin.
A good test is to turn on the parking lights then open the back door slowly to see if they light up.
Flex that flex point around a bit as well by hand to see if you get any action out of the lights
I had this issue on a similar vehicle a few years ago.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

  • trunkbumpin Oct 07, 2010

    thank you. i'll have to try that :)

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