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Rear tail lights won't go on in 1994 pontiac grand prix

Just the strip in the bottom lights up when before every light came on

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Rec replace brake switch high mount brake light would still work due to seprate cicuit.if no pulse coming out of white wire then replace if pulse check wiring to repair or run new wire. to brake lights.

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Check the fuses and if they are fine then talk to a mechanic.

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