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No marker lights

89 corolla gt, no marker lights, have brake, head and turn lights, but no markers. fuses good, bulbs good, car needs help

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You could try a wire tester so see is the wire is corroded. you may also see if the ground wire is connected. If the bulb and fuses are new then your next step is seeing if it is getting power and has a ground.

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