which relay is for the tail lights

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Asked by Oct 23, 2014 at 10:38 AM about the Chevrolet HHR

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

tail lights not coming on. this is for chevy hhr 2010 have had nothing but trouble with the relays especially the OMRON brand.

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manual doesn't specify what fuse or relay is responsible for tail lights

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68,305

Should be number 7,cluster

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23,215

lights don't need a relay- a fuse, yes- unless I'm still stuck in the past-

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68,305

Agree ,jamnblues,,,i pointed them to fuse.

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http://www.chevrolet.com/content/dam/Chevrolet/northamerica/usa/nscwebsite/en/Home/Ownership/Manuals%20and%20Videos/02_pdf/2010_chevrolet_hhr_owners.pdf ...Chapter 6 page 122

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Good morning Gentlemen

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It's a relay in the engine fuse box. #68. "Parking Lights", as they're called in the manual, are controlled by the body control computer. I have a 2008 HHR with the tail lights out, as well as the lights around the heat controls and gear shift. Relay #68 is the culprit for both...I read somewhere that Fuse #69 (also in the engine compartment) can also be a suspect...

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Thx man this was exactly the problem! The relay took a dump I simply swapped the low beam relay temporarily to check and it solved it. Now a trip to the auto zone

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