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Tail lights not working. where is fuse located. changed bulbs, still not working

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I should have been more specific i know where the fuses are located i wanted to know what number the fuse was. we figured it out..it is number 6. problem fixed.
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Drivers side by door under dash.There is another fuse box under hood passenger side.

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