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No back up lights on 1998 jeep wrangler bulbs ok

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Check for blowin fuses,

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Hi,

If the engine is running, and the brake lights work, and the transmission is in reverse, and the backkup lights are not working, then the bulbs are burnt.

If the brake lights don't work also, then there is probably someting wrong with the wiring.

I hope this helps.
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