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91 volvo rear running lights not working..

My rear running lights are not working...all signals,brake and front lamps are fine..fuses intact.
I'm baffled...any help you can give would be apperciated..

cheers!
wil
Canada.

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    Marcel Thank You!!
    I Cannot seem to log in..
    Will certainly give that a go..(Never thought of that one )..
    and keep you posted.

    All the Best,Mate!!

    wil

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Had the same prob..check the the trunk where the bulbs are in the light bezel there's these flat steel contacts where the bulb housing is making contact with - fiddle with those a bit and you'll find that they'll come on when you move em around a bit. They're made pretty badly.

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