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The lic plate light are on the same fuse as the park lights so if they work the fuse is good, try removing the bulb assembly and look for things like a bad ground caused by dirt or rust, if you have a 12 volt test light you can check to see if you are getting any power to the light socket or the wires leading up to the sockets and you can trace back to where the problem is.
it`s very simple-- above lic. plate you will see the light lens. There may be 2 phillips screws, if there are just remove them and use a small flat head scewredriver to pop it open. Then remove the ``penut`` bulb. If there are no phillip screws, then use the flat head to pop the lens.
Also before you start lift the trunk open and see if you can access the bulbs from in there.
Good luck-it is very simple..
you can get to the lic plate light bulbs from under the truck The bulb socket will twist out of the lamp . no need to remove the lamp. to replace the bulb with or with out a hitch.Most of the time when I try to remove the lamp I usualy break it and Ive been doing this for 25 yrs.