Tail Light Problems?

Answer Tail lights that are not working can result in a ticket or an accident. Most problems that cause tail light failure are easy and inexpensive to repair once they are properly diagnosed.

Top Q&A For: Tail Light Problems

How to Troubleshoot Vehicle Tail Light Problems?

Many vehicles include the tail, stop, reverse, and turn-signal lights in the same housing. Often the lights also use the same type of bulb, which makes replacement simple. For example, a Dodge Dako... Read More »

The Brake Light Won't Work With the Tail Light in a 1988 Chevy Truck?

There are several reasons for a brake light not working on a 1988 Chevrolet truck, such as loose connections, a faulty bulb or broken fuses. If the other lights on the tail lamp assembly are functi... Read More »

How to Install a Parking Light Tail Light Assembly on a Toyota?

All Toyota vehicles come equipped with tail light assemblies at the rear of the vehicle. These tail light assemblies have two or three lights on them, depending on the year the Toyota vehicle was p... Read More »

How to Fix a Tail Light?

Vehicle taillights are needed items while driving at night for your safety and the safety of others. The taillight beam helps other drivers determine their distance from the rear of your car so the... Read More »