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No working rear lights at all except top tailgate light all were checked fuses too with volt meter

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It sounds as though you have a loose wiring connection somewhere.

Check your wiring in the area of both tail lights/brake lights. You're looking for corroded, loose or broken wires - and particularly a corroded/broken earth wire. Check the connectors where the wires fit together, too.

If your brake lights are built into the rear tailgate check where the wiring goes through the bodywork and into the tailgate via small holes. The wires may actually pass through rubber grommets/plugs.

Over time - in a tailgate - the wires flex and become brittle with the constant opening/closing and can break. Other than that, check the wiring in the rear light clusters

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if you have a volt meter, turn on the lights and either take out a bulb or
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Hi, sometimes the simplest of things can become complicated by omiting the theory of how a circuit works, The brake light switch is merely a break in a live wire, some cars are constant live, and others rely on the ignition switch being turned to the on position for the supply to work. You mention you have checked the above have you checked you have 12 volts at the feed wire at the brake light switch, no voltage should be rectified by looking for a secendary fuse or break in the supply, if you have 12 volt supply at the switch,next with the switch disconnected, join together both wires this will allow you to eliminate the switch, if the brake lights illuminate then the switch would be considered faulty, if it does not light move your testing to the rear of the car, at the switch you will observe the colour of the wire feeding the rear brake lights, at the rear of the car observe the wire and check for 12 volts, if not present check for break in wire, sometimes the wire can become damaged in tailgate rubbers etc where amooving part may trap or fracture the wire, it is. Most likely that this is the problem when more than one light does not light , as the rear lights and indicators are working we can assume the earthing to the light is correct, hope this is of help to you paul

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