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#11 Old 02-09-2012, 12:14 PM
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Mine happened after, but months after. I doubt the two have anything to do with each other, but it is possible I guess.


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We had a few where lights stay on.. rather than fiddle with switch.. un-plug the switch to take it out of the circuit. I've found problem with junction block by looking at ETM and removing switch from circuit, then unplug the connector that contain output to exterior lights.

Brake light switch/circuit has nothing to do with exterior lighting, that like blaming McD's for selling you a bum Subway $5 foot long.

DTC,, likely in hiding and you revived code status with power down/power upo of systems.. dont need lights for engine management system, it dont know time/date/light/dark.. that why cars not all crash at midnight Dec 31, 1999.

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So what does need replaced?


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So what does need replaced?
In my case, SGT Rock, replacing the passenger side fuse box (91950-3K050) solved the lights issue. There is a tail light built-in relay into that box which I believe was the source of my problem.
To be sure, I put back my original fuse box back to see if the problem comes back, and it does. With my original fuse box I have the issue. Replaced it with another one - issue is gone.
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When you say passenger side box, you mean the one in the passenger compartment next to the drivers left knee right? I don't know of one on the passenger side other than that.


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Passenger side fuse box is the one on the right of the passengers knee. That little door you see when the door is open and has a place to pull it open. The manual has a picture of it.
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I've never read it LOL.


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I pulled open the panel on the right side and there was no fuse box. I opened my owners manual and it only lists two boxes - the one inside the engine compartment and the one in the passenger compartment by the drivers left knee.

I checked the parts diagram and this is what I found. Looks like we are talking about item 91188.
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I am now having this same problem on my '07. I have swapped the High Beam & Low Beam relays in the underhood fuse box which seems to have solved the problem, but based on what I read here I suspect that this is only a temporary solution.

Does anyone have a wiring diagram of this circuit please? Or does anyone know where I can find a free version please?

It seems to me a better answer than replacing the fusebox is to simply jumper around it. I can very easily add a relay socket & solder/crimp in a small harness for it under the dash for just a few bucks. There's no reason to remove/replace the box & pay $400+.

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Does anyone have a wiring diagram of this circuit please? Or does anyone know where I can find a free version please?
Check out this thread - Aftermarket Fog Light Wiring Help

While the topic is about fog lights, post #6 has a pretty complete headlight/foglight wiring diagram.


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