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In the intelligent power distribution module (located in the "engine room") you will find 10A fuse 71 which supplies power to the coil of the taillight relay. When the CPU in the module closes the relay, power is applied to the taillights.
check the parking light fuse or taillight fuse to make sure it has not blown. replace it if it has blown and see if the lights work or if the fuse blows again. if it blows when you turn the lights on then you have a short circuit that needs repaired. if the fuses are good ,then most likely the headlight switch is bad not allowing the taillights or dash lights to work.
what type of light? turn signal,taillight,or brake light. if the right rear isn't working but the left rear is on the the brake light or the taillight then the problem isn't the fuse(the share the same fuse). may want to check the bulb socket on the right rear. the contacts get hot and melt the socket and the housing.
the fuse is in the passengers under dash fuse box which is behind the kick pannel ..under the glove box on the door side and you should see a little access door to get at the fuse box...hope this helps
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.
try putting a new ground on passenger tail light, to see if this helps. as for the hazard lights check fuse. maybe the short in your tail light shorted out and blew the fuse. to add ground wire hook from bulb socket to any metal piece in trunk!! if this is your problem then, cut old ground wire off.
The fuse-block is located on the left end of the instrument panel under a cover. (It should have a diagram on the inside as to which fuse controls which circuit). If it isn't a fuse,it may be a defective headlight switch.