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Tail lights my tail light and fog lights are not working and i have changed all the bulbs and can not fin a fuse connected to either lights.

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You might have to take out each fuse one by one until you find. look in interior of vehicle for your fuse panel. it should be marked tail lights and fog lights, maybe you had it turnd the wrong way when checking them when in doubt check them all 1 AT A TIME. replace w/ correct size fuse. best of luck.

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