rear lights & signals not working. there are no dead fuses

Asked by May 09, 2009 at 05:33 PM about the 1986 Nissan 300ZX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers

get a test light and try to see if power is going to the lights if not is ur wiring

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if they are ground controlled, you have a bad power. if they are power controlled, you have a bad ground.

I had the same problem...it was the headlamp switch on steering column..I replaced it myself..the part was $125.00 but I didn't have to pay for labor.

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1) Check if there any dead bulbs - This is sometimes the easiest reason why lights stay on or stay up on a 300ZX... 2) Check the switches - commonly go bad 3) If all else fails go to Nissan (they will get one of there "old timers" to work on it)...

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