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I have no backup lights and i have changed all of the bulbs and fuses.what could it be?

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Your safety neutral switch at transmission, also acts as your back-up light switch. Have someone stand behind vehicle while you (with foot on brake) move shifter slowly from park to 1st & back, just to see if back-up lights come on. Sometimes you'll see them flicker quick. Switch is about $20 and is threaded in to transmission.

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