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Tundra: I was getting ready to install after market headlights

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Hi I was getting ready to install after market headlights when I realized my taillights and front marker likes were not working what could this be ??
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Toyota
Expert:  Toyota Service replied 2 years ago.
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Expert:  Toyota Service replied 2 years ago.
Please allow me to assist you. This sounds like a blown TAIL fuse. This fuse is located in the panel under the dashbard on the driver side. I would look to see if this fuse has power coming into it. Remove and examine the fuse closely. You might have a very small breal in the fuse wire It might look ok ,but still is blown.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
I tried a new fuse in the tail one what should I do next
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
My left tail light turn signal is also going very quickly sir ?
Expert:  Toyota Service replied 2 years ago.
Your left turn signal is going quickly for one of two reasons. Either you have a burnt out bulb or you have a poor ground circuit. The lamps blink at a specific rate based on the amount of power the bulbs consume. If 50% of the power is not being used, the lamp blinks faster. If the bulbs are good (try them on the other side), the ground is bad or not connecting to the bulb properly. The bextt hing to do if the fuse does not work is to see if there is power in the Tail fuse socket. Use a testlight.