parking lights, these are usually tied to the same circuit as the instrument panel lights
Check fuses-- common circuit
You have got a blown fuse. These lights are all on the same circuit.
Should be parking/tail/dash lights on a common circuit
I have the same problem with my 1999. The tail lights as well as the interior instrument panel and the license plate lights are all not working.
Tthe dashbord lights and tail lights are on the same circuit. On my 2000 Xterrra the 15a fuse is located in the fuse panel under the hood labeled 'TAIL'.
Panel lights on all vehicles are tied into the tail light wiring of the vehicle. That way if your panel lights go out you know that both tail lights are out. Check the bulbs of your cars tail lights and see if they are burned out.
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
tail lights circuit
Have you upgraded any lights to LEDs? This answer can apply to any car with this problem but only if LED lights are used. This can be caused by LED 1157 tail/brake combo lights. The problem is that the tail and brake lights are not always as isolated as they should be. When the brake lights are powered on the tail light terminal becomes live. This voltage will power up the park light circuit ie. tail lights, front park lights and instrument panel. The "short" comes after the LED resistors in the 1157 therefore the leaked current is low and will not usually cause any problems unless you have LED's throughout the park light circuit, there is insufficient current to turn on standard light bulbs. Solution is a diode fitted in line on the tail light wires to the 1157s allowing current into the 1157 but not out.
Bad fuseTry replacingIf it continues to blow you will have to check circuit to find problem
Brake lights and turn signals are on a separate circuit from the tail lights. Tail lights are on the same circuit with the dashboard lights. If the dashboard lights aren't working either, check the fuse. If they ARE working, check the headlight switch.
Check parking light fuse - should be the same circuit
try a test light on both sides of the fuse, tail and dash lights are on the same circuit
Check your fuse. Usually the manufacturer has the dash lights and the tail lights on the same circuit.
The instrument panel lights are controlled by the same fuse as the tail lights which is a 15 amp fuse located in the panel in the engine compartment adjacent to the battery. The fuse is only labeled for the tail lights.
A short in the tail light circuit. Brake and turn are on another circuit. Dash light power is fed from the tail light fuse to the dimmer switch and on to the dash lights. Look for a short in the tail light wiring circuit. Also check the license plate light for a short as it is on the tail light circuit also. Had a car with blown fuse, traced the circuit for tail lights and found nothing. Jumped the fuse and burned out the wiring to the tail lights. Come to find out, the short was in the license plate light. Also a bad headlight switch can cause this. Both tail light circuit and headlight circuit go through the switch. Contacts for the tail lights may be bad (defective switch common).
It is most likely the tail fuse. The dash and tail lights are usually on the same circuit
burnt fuse ... tail lights are on a different circuit than stop or turn lights
Check parking and tail lights should be the same fuse Check dimmer rheostat for open circuit Could be a bad switch leg
how do you fix your lighting problem with your 94 chevy cavalier z24 you haveno tail lights dash lights or parking lights
When your tail lights are out you can simply replace them. If they continue to blow, you may have an electrical problem.
Check the headlight switch and make sure you are getting current out of the switch when you turn on the lights.
Check fuses, common circuit
Probably a blown fuse.