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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: License Plate Lights
Probably not... For some reason license plate light wiring and sockets are VERY prone to corrosion. Make sure to check the light sockets and try to get to the wiring close to them, your problem is more than likely very close to the lights.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOURCE: license plates light
check light socket grounding...repair as necessary Check power at hot side of light socket with a test light, grounded on a clean unpainted part of chassis. If light lights, then check ground side of socket.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
The licence plate lights are in the same line as your tail light wiring assembly. I assume your tail lights are working or you would have got a ticket for that. The wire is either cut, broken or unhooked from the tail light wires (which usually are brown). If you can not find the problem, you can always run a new wire to the tail light wire from your licence plate wire. Then they should work.
Your other problem is that the license plate ground is rusty & not grounding, which would also not let them work, so you should probably check that first. Rick
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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