I have one tail light out of 4 on the tail gate that does not work. I have changed 2 bulbs and still nothing.

MP2156
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Asked by MP2156 Jan 21, 2014 at 07:40 PM about the 2007 Audi Q7 3.6 Quattro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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JRKPerformax
1,635

Check for electrical grease corrosion. It is very common and can limit the connection. Inspect your Wiring as Well.

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audrey999
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happens to me non stop .. i change my rear tail lights probably every 2-3 months.

audrey999
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by the way .. no corrosion and have had the wiring checked numerous times.

JRKPerformax
1,635

It is possible it could be a short, open circuit, or frayed wire. In that area the wiring is very small and easily damageable.

Ernestoe
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Also had continual brake/tail light failures. Got advised to change all 4 bulbs together and to only use Audi/bosch bulbs . Did this and no problems since

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