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Fuse sir i would like to ask, were is the location of the fuse of reverse light? CAN YOU PLEASE SEND ME PIX? . TNX!

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There is no fuse for the reverse light alone. Are the bulbs ok? If yes then you must check for power at the reverse light switch on the transmission. make sure when reverse is engaged you have power in and out of the switch. If your car is auto then probably your inhibitor swicth is faulty.
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