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Old 05-24-2012, 07:32 PM   #1
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No tail lights or radio lights at night

Recently my interior center LED light and radio lights stopped working at night, plus thanks to a helpful cop, I discovered that my tail lights were no longer working either. Does anyone know which fuse handles all of these items?

They don't work even if I turn all my headlights on manually.

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Since you didn't give any info on your car(year,model) I'll take a stab at this.

Under hood fuse box:Fuse #69-Parking Lamps
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Beat me to it George, check those first datekman.

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Sorry about the lack of details. It's a 2007 HHR. I'll give those a check first. Thanks.
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There is also a couple grounds in both rear corners and one of the ones on the passanger rear corner will kill the rear lights if not connected.
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