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2000 wrangler interior console lights and rear lights not working

Yesterday when i turned on the lights in my 2000 wrangler, everything worked for a second, then all of a sudden i lost power to the dash backlight, the 3rd brakelight, and also the rear lights.

brake lights, turn signals, brights, and front lamps all do work.

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Check the Inside Fuse Box with a Flashlight for Blown Fuses. Then Check the Fuse Relay Box Under the Hood. Check the Fuses in that one to, If the Fuses are all good, Locate the Illumination, and Brake. Replace these Relays. That should get them back on, Let me know! Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!

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