The Tail lights started not working. The fuse was blown which I replaced and the lights came back on. However now the taillights don’t work again, the interior dome light doesn’t work, and the driver side turning signal doesn’t work right. The turning signal does work but I have to move the light bulb. The bulb is not blown. So I’m not sure if it is the fuse is wrong, or if there’s a issue with a relay, or a short in the wire.also the dashboard light that lights up the speedometer, and gauges doesn’t light. What is the possible problems and what I can do to fix it As soon as possible .
My car has an automatic transmission.
All of these electrical faults can be quickly resolved if you request an electrical diagnostic. With regard to the taillights, if the fuse has blown again there is likely a short circuit or very high resistance in the circuit. Whichever it is, a mechanic would perform a circuit trace and pinpoint the cause. If manipulating the turn signal bulb restores function, the bulb holder either has to be cleaned of corrision or replaced, although it also possible that the wire connection to the bulb holder needs to be repaired. Dash lighting is typically backlighting and thus the instrument panel is removed to replace the bulbs. If the instrument panel is removed, obviously replace all the bulbs (they are cheap) because if one bulb is blown, the others are not far behind in terms of service life and you want to avoid removing the panel yet again. If your request the electrical diagnostic, the responding certified mechanic will promptly resolve all of these issues that you are writing in about, and right at your location. Please let us know if you have further concerns or questions as we are always here to help you.
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