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Reverse lights not working on 1993 Ford Ranger

I have replaced the bulbs, light switch on transmission, and check the fuse. My reverse lights still will not work.

Need help....Thank U.

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Not sure what transmssion you have but basically it goes from fuse on P/O wire to either the MLP switch on automatic or just a backup lamp switch on manual and leaves the switch on BK/PK wire to the bulbs. Should be easy to trace with a 12v test light.

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