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I want to fix my taillights on my 2000 Jeep Cherokee so they work but i am not sure what bulb or fuse I need to change and not sure where or which fuse number goes to the taillights. The manual isn't specific enough on saying anything about brake or tail lights.
I need to find the fuse that controls the tail lights and pull it out so the lights go off and don't drain my battery on my 2003 Hyundai Sonata. My car is doing this weird thing when I am parked or driving the brake lights stay on and will not turn off and it drained my battery the other day. I don't have the money to have it looked at and I just need a ...
I went to start my 2000 Volkswagen Passat and all you get is a click. No warning lights turned on and had to bump start it.
My 2007 Mitsubishi Galant was completely dead after coming out from a store today. Dash lights worked as well as the radio, but nothing else. Was able to jump the car and got it running. Drove it home and the entire time the car was idling very high and was kind of jerking. When I got home and pulled into the garage and placed it in park the car idled ...
The tail lights and dash lights are not coming on. Any suggestions on how I can fix this on my 2005 Nissan Sentra? I am not sure what controls the lights, tail lights, and dash light. How do I fix this?
I'm doing my own work on my 2002 Buick Century. One of the lights under the mirror, guessing the dome light and not the map light, has gone out. How do I get it out without setting an electric fire to my car?
The hazards lights on my 2004 Dodge Dakota came on randomly last night and would not turn off. I had to disconnect the battery to make it stop. Fuse problem?