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These are very simple circits, a power and a ground. Issues like this are usually a fuse, where the fuses checked with a test light, meter or just by looking at them? Fuses are decieving sometimes.
If they are ok, with a test light check for power at the outlets.If no power and the fuses are good then you may have a broke wire, or a ground issue. Let me know what you find.
Are you sure you have a good ground at those bulbs ? Spray sockets good with cleaner or penetrating fluid, (WD-40 or similar) clean contacts at bottom and try to squeeze or pry outside of socket inward to help get better contact with side of bulbs and see if that helps. If 12 Volt test light confirms power to contact in socket, then I'd be looking for a bad ground. Careful not to touch side while checking contact at bottom of socket or you'll blow a fuse real quick.