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No tail lights

I have a 1989 toyota camry - I have brake lights head lights no tail lights but my park lights did work now I only have 1 in front and 1 in back, also sometimes when I turn steering wheel my radio changes??? and if i hit the brake padal the radio wil cut in and out (not sure if related) the dummy light on dash board flashes when i hit brakes sometimes. I replaced ALL!! bulbs and fuses

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You most likely have a short somewhere. some vehicles were designed with radio controls on the back of the steering wheel im not sure when they started doing it but thats all i can think of for the radio

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