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most likely the fuse, have you checked that? Do the other outside lights (other than headlights) work? (side markers, parking lights) If they are also out, it's almost certainly the fuse. If that's ok, check the bulbs themselves. Sometimes they burn out one at a time, if you don't pay attention, they can all burn out before you notice.
remove the the diff unit and refit into your casing ,,,easy job,Preload on pinion bearings and set crownwheel backlash to a very small wiggle woggle.handful of LM grease in unit before you refit cover then use ep90 gear oil .job done shouldnt take more than a morning to do.
This can be caused by fitting the wrong bulb in your brake lights. Typically a single fillament bulb in a twin ~(Stop and tail) holder. It causes the brake light current to back feed into the sidelight system thus illuminating the dashboard.