2006 Dodge Ram 2500 left taillight doesnt work, neither does brake light, or reverse light. Inside the signal light flashes fast. The filiment looks good on all lights, front left lights and blinker work.
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ck fuse for rear taillights tis under the dash lower left of steering wheel. or if you still have the manual look in there under fuses.
also look for a bad ground but i doubt that.. if it's both rear out.
fast flashing well here's a chart with all sorts of info. Problem What To Do
Turn signals light, but do not flash Replace the flasher
No turn signals light on either side Check the fuse. Replace if defective.
Check the flasher by substitution.
Check for open circuit, short circuit or poor ground.
Both turn signals on one side don't work Check for bad bulbs.
Check for bad ground In both housings.
One turn signal light on one side doesn't work Check and/or replace bulb.
Check for corrosion in socket. Clean contacts.
Check for poor ground at socket.
Turn signal flashes too fast or too slow Check any bulb on the side flashing too fast. A heavy-duty bulb is probably installed In place of a regular bulb
Check the bulb flashing too slow. A standard bulb was probably installed in place of a heavy-duty bulb
Check for loose connections or corrosion at the bulb socket
Indicator lights don't work in either direction Check If the turn signals are working
Check the dash indicator lights
Check the flasher by substitution
One Indicator light doesn't light On systems with 1 dash indicator:
- See if the lights work on the same side. Often the filaments have been reversed In systems combining stoplights with taillights and turn signals
- Check the flasher by substitution On systems with 2 Indicators:
- Check the bulbs on the same side
- Check the indicator light bulb
- Check the flasher by substitution
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Three places to look. 1) Brake lamp fuse, 2) Turn signal switch and 3) the brake pedal switch. Brake light power comes from the fuse up to the turn signal switch down to the brake lite switch on the brake pedal and then on to the light bulbs. Start by putting the 4 way flasher on. If the brake lites flash, then the bulbs are good. That eliminated the fuse too. so the problem is the other two.
Well let me shed some light on this issue. I have the same problem. Trailer connection from truck does not have power to left turn signal and left brake light. I just got back from the dealership and $100.00 labor charge. My problem is the TIPM (Fuse Box for short) and FCM (little silver module hooked to the Fuse Box on the left hand side of the fuse box). $910.00 for the parts and Chrysler doesn't have any in stock. 4-6 weeks to maybe fill a back order. I am currently researching an alternative way to fix this issue. I will let you know.
two entirely different problems going on, when a bulb is blown out of a circuit the resistance is less,so the current doesn't do as much so its faster,put your turn signal on to the other side,check how many lights are blinking,then count them in the rear,now put turn signal to left side and compare number of lights blinking.you'll be missing one, if your truck is turning over good,there is no reason to jump it,you need to see if your missing spark at plugs while your cranking it over,if you do then you need to check fuel pressure at rail,you will need at least 55psi for truck to run.
Do you have dash lights? If not chk. fuse. If you do have dash lights chk. bulbs. if bulbs ok, chk. wires and taillight plug. Does it have a trailer light plug? chk. that too. If all that chks. out ok than you will have to trace the wires from front to rear to find the problem. fuses should be labled on inside fuse cover, inside cab, and under hood same way.