Check bulbs -double filamented with the larger being for tailights Check socket for corrosion Check socket for power and ground Check light switch Run new wire from switch to sockets Check fuse for parking/tailights Check under vehicle for broken/frayed wiring
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.
Check the bulbs they are double filamented with the larger filament used for the tailights Check the fuse for tailights/parking lights/dash lights Hi there, here is a video on how to change the tailights on an 02 http://youtu.be/1qKHlObZ2eM cheers Nick
Should be a common circuit with parking/tailights Remove the bulbs from the parking and tailights Check sockets for corrosion/bare wires Install fuse and replace bulbs one a time to see if problem is in the exterior of vehicle - if not same procedure under dash board
Check the sensor that is attached to the transmission. The other possibility is that the motor inside of the speedometer is broken. That happened to me on my 93 Wrangler. Went to the junkyard and got another instrument cluster.
Check bulbs they are double filamented (Larger filament for tail-smaller for stop lights) Check fuse for parking/tailights/dash lights Check switch Check bulbs they are double filamented (Larger filament for tail-smaller for stop lights) Check fuse for parking/tailights/dash lights Check switch
You could check the fuse box under the hood. More than likely the fuse is blown because all of those items should be on the same circuit. I own a 2000 Honda Accord and received a safety recall from Honda concerning the instrument lights for the 2000 & 2001 Accord LX coupe.
Check the bulbs - they are double filamented smaller for stop lights larger for tailights Check the fuse Check the operation and adjustment of the stoplight switch Check the fuses Check the sockets for power and ground
Dash lights and tailights are generally on the same circuit; Did you check the fuse? You may have a blown fuse. If it blows again there may be a bad tailight bulb that is causing this problem. Good luck.