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Nissan Quest 2004 Tail Lights

The tail lights do not come on when the head lights are turned ON. The headlights work. The tail/stop light bulbs are new. The remote keyless entry flashes the lights when the car is locked or unlocked. ALL tail lights work, thus I do not believe I have a wiring issue, fuse or bad bulbs because they work. So what else could it be? How would I reset the computer control for the car?

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  • Rabindra Robinson May 11, 2010

    does the parking lights, marker lights and the front parking lights come on when you turn on the head lights?

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Thanks for the email back. The nissan quest tail lights werenot operating, but the break lights were working. This was ultimately caused by a blown fuse. The fuse was blown by loose trailer lighting wires dragging on the ground, thus shorting. Problem fixed.

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