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When a driver engages the reverse gear he or she automatically switches the reverse light on by triggering the switch on and if the lights are not coming on it means that a number of reasons are to blame. I will start with fuses and the wiring around the switch. Thank you for using fixya!
if you checked the bulbs and fuses then it's either a bad ground wire (located in the rear of the vehicle somewhere near the tail light wiring harness) or a bad backup light switch, located on the side of your transmission or possibly the gear shift itself, neither one of these should be too hard to fix
two things have you unpluged the hazzard switch latly and does your hazzards work ,have you cheched all the fuses inside the car and the bonnet have you noticed anthig else not workin reverse light brake lights ecty ect
first start by check there is power gos to the front head light is yes change the bulb if not there is a conecter located close to the battery chech this also if everything is ok check the fuses under hood and in dash fuse box if everything is good change the light switch (turn signl switch )
this sound like your flasher unit/relay is faulty as both indicators and 4 way hazard lights are not working chech your h/book for location or look under neath the fuse/relay box cover ?there is usually a diagram of location of fuses//relay