possible cause for all rear running lights to suddenly cease to light up even though the bulbs and fuses are not burned out

Asked by Apr 13, 2017 at 07:19 PM about the 2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If the bulbs and fuses are good maybe the wires were damaged. I would also check the light bulb connections for corrosion.

28,065

is there power to the rear assemblies..pull one and check...do you have brake lights when you press the brakes!?!? bulk head connector.. turn signal switch/head light switch..ground issue.

28,065

A defective turn signal lever (multifunction switch) can cause erratic operation of the turn signals and other exterior lights. Depending on the fault

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do you have inside turn signal lights on dash>> more in if you can..if you have not found the problem

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