check your fuses
Inspect all fuses and replace blown ones May be separate circuits (multiple fuses)
The most common reason that your dash lights and taillights are not working on your Pontiac Grand Am is blown fuses. Replace the fuses.
The interior lights and rear lights might go out on a 1995 Honda Accord because the light fuse has blown. Check the fuses under the hood or under the steering wheel to confirm.
They are two separate circuits. Check the bulbs and fuses first.
either the switch is not working or a wire to the switch is broken
AnswerThe bulbs for the brake lights are usually separate from the normal tail light bulbs. Check and replace the brake bulbs first, and if they are still not working examine the fuses, switch and wiring.
check the fuses and check the bulbs.
Check the driver's side under the dash. There should be a box there with the fuses in it.
Sounds like, though unlikely, you have 2 blown fuses. I don't know a lot about Dodges but I know on Chevy and Ford the instrument lights and brake lights are on 2 separate circuts but I would check the fuses first. If you pull the fuse and you are not sure if it's blown, just replace it as sometimes it is hard to see if the fuse has actually blown or not.
bad combination light switch
i replaced alt batt and some fuses my 91 accord lx will not stay charge over 10.60 volts what is the problem
they are on separate fuses sometimes. check fuses, or wires
There are separate fuses for trailer signal lights in main fuse panel
Check the fuses first. Your owner's manual should tell you where they are. Most likely its the fuse. If not, check the bulbs because on some vehicles a bad bulb may break the entire circuit. They are separate circuits, separate fuses and separate swithes. Check the fuse and the tail light bulbs.
The brake lights are a separate circuit from the other lights. Check the fuses and bulbs. If fuses and bulbs are okay I would suspect the brake light switch is at fault.
It could be a blown fuse. Tail lights and brake/turn are on separate fuses. Apparently there is not a ground problem since brake/turn works OK.
Pull the fuses out and see witch one has visible brek in it.The owners manual has all the fuses in it.Needle nose pliers should be helpful
Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit Check the fuses. Parking lights/tailights/dash lights should be a common circuit I had the same problum last year and had to replace the wires.
from what i know there are separate fuses for the left side lights and the right side lights so it might be a fuse
Either hand signal or check and replace your fuses and turn signal bulbs.
Check the fuses. If they are good then you will have to replace the headlight switch.
If the headlights are not working correctly on a 1990 Corvette, the fuses or lights could be going out. Replace the old fuses and check that all wires connected to the lights are functioning correctly.
The fuse is located where the AC outlet is. There are actually two fuses.
Panel lights and parking/tail lights should be on 1 circuit Brake lights should be on a separate circuit If you are sure fuses are good- Check bulbs Check headlight switch Check stoplight switch