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Both tail (running) lights do not work on my 2003 Odyssey van Brake lights work fine. No specific fuse listed on the owner's manual , Please help

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First check the bulbs, then if the running lights are still not working, then check fuses using a fuse tester for the under dash or under hood fuse boxes.

Within 5 minutes should be able to check all fuses. One can buy one at Walmart or auto parts store in your area, in kit form, with fuses of various sizes to use if one 'lights up' as being bad.

Otherwise, it will be possible wiring problem.

I would have an auto electric shop perform this service if you don't have the courage to take apart the wiring harness.

Good luck on this repair.

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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