Yes. Look at your fuse panel, located under the dash or behind the driver's kick panel. On the back of the cover is a diagram showing you which fuses control what. Find the one that says "taillight" and check to see if it's burned out. Find the one that says "headlight" and check it to make sure it's not burned out. Change the burned out fuse. Replace fusebox cover.
In the fuse box, it controls the dash lights and taillights.
The tail light fuse controls the headlights in a Nissan Altima. A second fuse box is located next to the battery.
The fuse that controls the taillights on a 2000 Ford Explorer can be found in the fuse box that is in the engine compartment. The cover has a label that displays what each fuse if for.
No there is not a fuse for the taillights.
either a blown fuse or bad headlight switch
Check the fuse for parking/tailights (dash lights also on this circuit)
A blown fuse.
There is no fuse. The headlights are directly activated by the computer that is part of the under hood fuse box.There is no fuse. The headlights are directly activated by the computer that is part of the under hood fuse box.
Headlights have at least one dedicated fuse, marked as such; or sometimes, a dedicated L and R headlight fuse.
its in the engine carpartment beside the battery
It is a relay (little box) under the hood in the fuse box on the drivers side
check all fuseable links and/or grounds
Blown fuse, failed switch, broken wire, burnt out bulbs,
It should say TAIL for taillights or maybe brake lights.
Both headlights are controlled by the same fuse. The location of the fuse, in the fuse box, can be found on the inside of the fuse box cover.
There are two fuses that control the taillights on a 1998 Kia Sephia. Each fuse controls one taillight and are located in slots 33 and 34.
Do parking and dash lights work? If not, may be fuse most vehicles it is the same circuit
Either blown bulbs or blown fuse check for blown fuse first under hood in fuse box labled taillights
Most all cars do not have a fuse for the headlights.
A TNS relay is located in the fuse box of a vehicle. It controls the vehicle's turn signal lights, running lights, taillights, and dash lights.
There is a fuse box under the hood (passenger side). I know the the fuses for the head lights are there. The fuse for the taillights is there and is labeled. This fuse includes the running lights but is not labeled as such.
If your license plate light is out change the bulb in it, if you have taillights your fuse is good as the license plate light uses the same fuse as the taillights.
Check your fuse for tail lights. I think the dash and tail lights are on the same fuse so you know when your tail lights don't work. Might have a short or an open in that circuit.
Should be labeled or just look for the bad one
There is a fuse panel under the driver side part of the dash at the steering column. The fuse panel is or should be labeled which fuse goes where. There should be one that tells something about the dash lights and taillights.