Electrical

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Asked by May 14, 2017 at 11:13 AM about the Ford Taurus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My break lights and dash lights won't come on. My head
lights, turn signals, back up lights and break lights work.
Just not the running tail lights and dash. Can someone
help me?

3 Answers

15,450

Sounds like a fuse or relay.

20

What relay sorry is know some things about cars but I may be calling it something totally different, I was also told the head light switch could be it too. I just don't want to keep replacing parts.

15,450

Always check the fuses first. Quite often they are labeled in the fuse box. You will have to google the relay locations for your make model and year.

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