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Both tail lights are out

Both of my tail lights are out on my 03 Celica GT. I have replaced them and both turned on but went out shortly after. I have replaced the fuse many times and did not help. My brake lights are working but the taillights aren't. Please help me out. I can't drive at night.

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In the trunk there is a control module for the lights they are none to go bad

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