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Fuse not blown and bulbs not burnt out anyone know what can cause this? headlights, brake lights, blinkers, and reverse all fine too

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The front control module turns on the tail lights (and the front park lamps).

The front control module also handles front and rear wiper operation

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recheck the fuses, use an ohm meter that"s the only way to be sure.
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Deivers tail light/brake light do not work..reverse works..when i lock my car the lights flash except for that one and the drivers light..headlights work fine though.drivers headlight bulb connector looks...


Could be a broken wire at the socket. Sounds like a burnt bulb also. Sometimes a burnt bulb will do the same thing as you are describing. Once you get this fixed, all should work. If flashing to quickly, replace the flasher stat unit!

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Brake light bulbs may LOOK fine, but can still have failed. Often folks don't notice that one bulb has failed until the second one has blown; it's then easy to incorrectly assume that the fault is more complex.

Try replacing the brake light bulbs: if that doesn't work then please report back for additional options.

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I have had this happen and it is rare, but I have had a filiment burn out in a two filment buld and short to the other filiment. It does happen and I think this might be your problem, the only way to find it is a visual inspection of each bulb. I am sure many people will think this is crazy, but I have had the exact same problem, I had the schematics, tested the circuits,etc. and them by accident found a stop/blinker 1157 bulb that had done this exact thing. I hope this helps you, check the bulbs in your headlights also.

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