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00BlkCeli
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00BlkCeli Aug 25, 1:13pm - #258770 

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2004 Toyota Celica GT

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Washington, GA
Another electrical question

Thanks everyone for the fast responce to my last post considering I'm a "newbie" on the forum. I have one more question that's kinda been bothering me for a while now...


I got the fuse for my dome light, a multifuse, but I don't want to replace it yet until I find out what caused it to blow in the first place. I'm now having a problem with my rear tail lights. My brakes work when I hit them, but when my lights come on at night, the tail lights won't come on. At first they were delayed and turned on after a while, but now they won't turn on at all. Any suggestions? A bad relay? Too much on that circuit that's not causeing the relay to trigger? I need a weekend to troubleshoot my wiring. I do have neons and a system, but I don't have more then just 4 LEDs and 2 scanner lights hooked up to my cirgeret lighting light which comes on when my lights come on. So not sure if there is a short there...Again any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Haulin_A_Doo
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Haulin_A_Doo Aug 26, 4:47am - #258771 
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Ontario
I donno ... bump.
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BReakinDrifTs
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BReakinDrifTs Aug 26, 4:50am - #258772 
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Valencia, CA
Cig lighter should be able to easily handle the LED's. Eh I think easiest way would be unplug the system and neons temporarily and see if that fixes your tailights. Are all the fuses in your box still intact? I dunno what else could be the problem spineyes
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ragingpaseo
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ragingpaseo Aug 26, 2:27pm - #258773 
2003 blue Toyota Celica
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you may have a wire cross somewhere...
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