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1991 lincoln town carTail lights and turn signals stopped working

Tail lights and turn signals stopped working on my 1991 lincoln town car and I checked fuses under dash and the small fuses in power box under hood. were do i check for this problem. brake lights still work. I have dash light out as well and blows fuse every time a new one put in. Is this a short in the wire and how easy is this to find and fix?

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One of the tail light bulbs can be shorted internally.  Replace the tail light bulbs first.  Try this cheap fix first.

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