i have a 2006 crown vic i changed my tail light bulbs but i still dont have tail lights on my passenger side

Asked by Aug 11, 2016 at 12:12 AM about the 2006 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 2006 crown vic my passenger tail light wont work i changed the bulbs
still not working

4 Answers

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Is it just the taillights or the whole marker light system, if so check the fuse for power with the lights on, you should have power through the fuse, if you do then you have a broken circuit somewhere after the fuse, if you don't have any power, then you could have a bad headlight switch.

100,345

Ex police car, could also have a series of relays that have been installed for extra load carrying, as I don't know how it has been wired you will have to check for that relay strip if it still exists.

its just the passenger tail light i have brake lights i have blinkers

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Just one tail light could be just a bad socket, get a simple test light and you can check for power and the lights ground, one wire will be the turn signal/brake light, the other is the tail light and the third is the socket ground.

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