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My tail lights on my '91 century buick

The head lights work, the brakes work, but for some reason the tail lights won't come on...it comes on sometimes, when i push the switches really hard then it comes on...(sometimes if i'm lucky). what do i do? all the bulbs are new, and the fuses are good. what gives?

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Replace the switch

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