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Back lights wont come on but the front lights will so will the brake lights ive checked all the fuses i think both fuse boxes under the steering whell an under the hood dont have manul to see what fuse is the exact one so i looked at them all... lol. Do u think it might be a short in the wires then

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NO, Unless someone tampered with the above, it still has to be simple.

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