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No taillights very dim turn signals and brake lights

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Check the ground for the rear lights

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My taillights brake lights and turn signal lights go out sometimes and sometimes they work but are very dim what could be the problem?


is it only in the back of your vehicle? it is most likely a short in wiring somewhere. bad ground or ripped/ torn wires. Also could be water hitting a wire somewhere if it only happens when its wet

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No taillights park or dash lights


check park/tail fuse regarding dash ,park ,tail problem .brake light on passenger side is probably the brake globe needs replacing .Turn signals on passenger side could be globes or switch,check globes first ,if globes and fuse are ok ,may well be the switch especially if park switch and turn signals are on the same switch lever/stalk

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If you are not getting power from the headlight switch for that circuit, but the other side works, you'll have to trace the wiring. The socket has two wires plus a ground. One wire is for the tail lamp circuit and the other is for brake-turn signal.

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When You Turn On HeadLights All Rear Exterior Lights Such As Brake, TailLights, Parking Lights Wont Work Nor Does Turn Signals Dim Til You Shut Off HeadLights


check your fuses under the steering columb area, and also check fuses and relays, that is located in a power distribution black box under the hood, on the drivers side.

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Signals and brake lights dim when brakes applied


it could be a bad connection in the stoplight wiring most likely the earth wire check all the wiring connectors to make sure they are plugged in properly.....hope this helps.....cheers

Jul 09, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Silverado

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The three wires to the tow lights have been cut, and i cant find where in the harness they are cut can i bypass it all and just rerun new wires?


Yes. But do you have seperate yellow turn signal lights in the rear or do the turn signals work independant of the brake lights? If yes then you need to wire in a taillight converter. It takes your seperate left & right turn signals combines them with your brake lights on 2 wires instead of 3 leaving you with your normal 4 wires in total instead of 5. 1 Left turn & brake light. 1 Right turn & brake. 1 Taillight. 1 Ground. = 4 wires in total. If you dont have seperate rear turn signals just find left turn wire in taillight assembly, Right turn wire & Taillight & a good ground & you are done. On trailer plug yellow is left, green is right ,brown is tailight & white is ground.

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Rear taillight problems


I had the same problem with my 1996 Mystique about a year ago. The brake and tail lights stopped working, except for the center brake light in the window. Turned out to be oxidation of the terminals at the connector on the turn signal. Yes, that's right, turn signal. The electrical signal to the tail lights goes thru the connector on the turn signal. To fix, I cleaned the contacts and the brake lights started working again. Hope this helps. Cheers, Henry

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