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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 06:25 AM Thread Starter
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Passenger lights out

My passenger tail lights are out as well as the fender lights (dually). Was thinking its the bulb, but then noticed the fender lights out as well, brake light still works but nighttime running tail light doesn't work, thanks!
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Always check the bulbs FIRST.

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Okay how does one go about removing the taillight? Is it as easy as the headlights?


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Bump, has anyone ever changed the brake bulbs to be brighter? Are there any kits that make the stock housing have LED's? And is your brake light and brake running lights the same bulb?


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To remove the tail light open your tailgate and there should be 2 screwes holding it in. And yes the brake light and running light is same bulb, it should be a double filament bulb.

You say your fender flare lights are'nt working too...does the front passenger running lights work? Almost make me think its a fuse.

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SuperBright LEDs are who I've always used for LED replacement. He's right about the two screws for the housing removal, not sure on your fender lights though.

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Fender lights you have to reach behind the fender and turn them a quarter turn and they come right out.

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Update, checked all bulbs, all good, checked running light and both are not working...


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Check the fuse for the running lights, I belive its in the fuse box on the drivers side of the dash, I know fuses for trailer lights are in there but I dont remember about the truck lights. Should be a left and right side fuse.

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Update, checked all fuses in dash and under hood, no luck... Checked every fuse that had anything to do with lights... No luck whatsoever. Kindof a bummer pulling fuses thinking,"this one says right rear parking and side marker lamps! This fuse is the problem!" Then pulled it and its perfectly good... Any other ideas? I'm going to follow the wiring..


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