2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working




2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

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  • The purple wire is for the power to the tail lights. Where ever it is broke from, it should be in the area of the length of that wire. Just have to find.

    I have a chevrolet k 4x4. The tail lights no longer come on except when I brake, what could be causing this? I checked the fuses.

    Verified chevy mechanic It says "vehicle stop" but the tail lights run thru it also. They had some issues with the rear lamp junction block, but rather than just.

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    Could there be a disconnect somewhere? By Codey Dowling Started 8 hours ago. Related Models For Sale. Quote message in reply? I have no blinkers, brake lights, reverse lights, running lights

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    silverado left brake light not working - Chevrolet Forum - Chevy Enthusiasts Forums

    Hey guys new to the forum, just purchased a hd 8. I noticed the drivers side tail light was not working. First guess bulb bad, but not that lucky. Changed bulbs out and did nothing. Reverse works, blinkers work, brake lights work.

    I tried a new Tail light circuit board today hoping that it was bad and still did nothing. Tried to jump brake light from passenger post on circuit board to drivers side tail light harness and just blew a fuse, this would lead me to guess there is a short in the drivers tail light wiring harness. I think there is a way to check this ohms? On the passenger side I am getting amperage, thats why I first assumed the circuit board was bad.

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    I am trying to locate a wiring diagram to help me diagnose something. Is there only one tail light incoming wire from the main harness to the tail light circuit board or should there be 2? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Hate driving around with a bullseye on my back after a beer or two. Sounds like you have a deep problem in your electrical. From what you've said so far the problem is isolated upstream of the circuit board. If you've verified the same condition exists after you've swapped boards then it must be a signal problem to the board.

    This can only be from either the wire harness or the headlight switch. Being a lazy man, I'd try to find a known working switch first and see if that corrects the problem. This all assumes you don't have any grounding problems. There may be some corrosion on the connecting block around the spare tire area.

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    I have seen some what in this area cause some weird things. If you trace the harness back from the taillight you should find what I am talking about. Other problems I have seen from this area is the turn signals coming on with the brakes or parking lights, and the reverse lights coming on with the turn signals.

    I just noticed some weirdness with my 05 Sierra. Seen the rear passenger side was not lighting up with the lights on but blinkers and brake light works Went to the store and bought a replacement bulb Did you figure out your issue. I'm having the exact same problem with the passenger light on my and have tried all the same ways to diagnose it as you and can't find my problem. You can get the circuit board from O'Rielly's. They had it in the local ware house had it for me the next day.

    I am having the same issue with my '04 HD Passenger side Tailight s won't work. I changed out the circuit board above the spare with no luck.

    2005 Chevy Silverado Tail Lights Not Working

    I also pulled the wiring harness from the CB to the taillight and ohmed it out thinking it was possibly bad. I even hate to say this, but could it be the BCM? Body control module Or could it be the light switch itself?

    A wiring diragram would be helpful. Does anyone know where I can get a copy?



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