My driver side tail light stopped working but the turn signal and brake still works? Tried new bulbs and nothing. Help?
DISCONNECT BATTERY 1st !!! Sounds like the socket itself might be bad...... but 1st try prying the copper connectors out from the sides a little. Might be bad contact.....?
Not the contact a buddy told me to try that and it didn't work. Any other ideas?
You Might not want to try this, but I would ....... Cut the wires and switch -R to L- tail lites ! See what happens? Let me know!
don't do any of that! For those of you who face this exact problem, I found a blown fuse in the fuse panel in my cab of the truck. Number 5, a 10amp fuse I believe. Once replacing that fuse, the problem continued. I then checked my fuse box under my hood and found another 10 amp blown fuse. When I replaced that fuse, everything worked fine. Don't cut wires or splice and follow leads until you have checked ALL fuses! Good luck!
Thanks for the info it was my fuse under the hood
I have a 98 s10. Checked ALL the fuses. I have it narrowed down to the brown wire has no power but turn and brake light work.
i have a 99 s10 and I have had the same problem to where my driver side tail light will not work only with turn signals and brake, I have tried replacing the bulb and didn't fix the problem, I looked in both fuse boxes in the truck and under the hood had no blown fuses, looking at several wiring diagrams and found out that its a wire problem, I started by using some dielectric compound, is like lube but a conductor for electricity. and put a new bulb in and it has been working ever since.
I tried everything but then I found the parking lamp fuse , located under the hood RR PARK was blown and replaced and now I have a tail light again! It really isn't clear on the fuse map ... hope this helps anyone
I like what I have read in response to the question , I had the same problem ... but got it fixed... it was the fuse in the box under the hood , I was ready to rip wires apart , saved me a lot of work , thank you
My brothers taillight on the drivers side wasn’t working so we cleaned the ground cable and all but that’s wasn’t it. Turned out to be a fuse under the hood. Thanks to everyone who said it could’ve been a fuse.
The 10 amp fuse under the hood made mine work thank you so much
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