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05 Scion Xb Tail light

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Question From hippiepunksean on 05 Scion Xb Tail light

Have a 05 Scion xb that no matter what I've tried (change bulb, New fuses, New connector, replacing all wires, even switching which side the housing was connected to just to see if it's bad wiring on that) nothing has worked....any ideas?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

? One side, one bulb doesn't light? Do you have a test light to test if power and ground get to it? What wires did you replace and why?


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Response From hippiepunksean

Sorry that was supposed to say resplice not replace...and they were the ground which looked damaged and the wire that carries for the tail light...though that was with a connector pulled from an xb in a junk yard

Response From Discretesignals

Which side tail light is out? Your going to need to take some voltage measurements to see where the problem is in the circuit.

Response From hippiepunksean Top Rated Answer

It's the right side....and both the reverse light and turn signal still works

Response From Discretesignals

Do you have a volt meter or test lamp? Does this have any modifications such as trailer wiring?

Response From hippiepunksean

It appeared that the previous owners did do some wiring mod but no I don't have a volt tester or anything along those lines

Response From Discretesignals

I would be definitely inspecting the wiring mod. Most the time you can see what is wrong visually. The tail lamp circuit is a green wire for power and white/black wire as the ground path. If you see taped up wires, scotch locks, or other splices that don't look factory, you need to investigate those areas.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

! You aren't going to get far finding the problem without basic tools. Voltmeter, test light and probably some jumper lead to use as overlays. Total $20 for cheap stuff. Why bother if you can't test anything?


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Response From Discretesignals

Wow, you did all that work and didn't even test the circuit using a volt meter or test lamp to see what was going on?