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location of taillight fuse

location of taillight fuse

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what number is the fuze for your back tail lights for a 2001 honda accord

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I'm not sure how would I find out

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montyanthony14, that is fuse number #10 in the fuse panel on the passenger side. Here is the real issue, that fuse also controls the Dash and console lights, Driver’s multiplex control unit, Front parking lights, Front side marker lights, Glove box light, License plate light, Taillights, Vanity mirror lights. So if that fuse would be out, none of the aforementioned items would work.

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@irv1962 the brake light in the back of your vehicle or the light on the dashboard?

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Which number #10 fuse there is like 3?

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The #10 fuse in the passenger side fuse box on my 1999 Accord EX is just labeled "small lights/license light," but it is often the key to these problems. It had me stumped because I didn't consider the tail lights "small lights." But there you go, that is the most likely problem on this generation of Accord, anyway.

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I'll check it out. Thank you

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I have a 2002 Honda Accord SE for my daughter to drive to college. About a month ago, the dash, tail, and vanity lights all went out. All the online blogs and Youtube videos I searched indicated it was a bad fuse, bad turn signal, under dash driver-side turn signal relay switch, or the multiplex computer. Well I went crazy checking all of it and they were fine, but still no dash or tail lights. I finally today took it to my buddy a mechanic and in one hour call me back that it was fixed! Apparently there's another under dash relay switch on the passenger side he replaced which didn't show up anywhere online. It's a $15.00 part so there you go!

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