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1995 Mercury Tracer Rear lights not working

My tail lights wont turn on. I've checked the fuse it's fine, I've checked the bulbs they're fine, I've checked the wiring and it also appears to be fine. Do my brake lights and my tail lights share the same bulb? Because the break lights work.

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Does the Center brake light work ? I think your looking at replacing the brake light switch !

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