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No side lights or rear lights

My side front side lights and rear lights don't work but my dashboard lights as if they are on my headlights work and also my brake lights hope someone can help

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You have a caroded or broken connection on the right inner fender skirt. Check your connection plug also for corrosion. The power goes out of the fuse block on the left fender across the front to right fender then to the rear taillights.

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