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No tailights 2002 ford explorer sport. my tailights dont wokr but my break lights and blinkers do and they are all three the same bulb. i changed bulbs and the problem still consists. any suggestions?

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This can occur when you add aftermarket product to your stock set up. if you have added anything to your explorer recently, deinstall it and this should reset the fuse relays. also, check your fuse box under the dash for blow outs and burned wires.

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