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License plate lights not working mazda 3

Tried replacing bulb and checked fuse. Fuse is fine and new bulb didn't work. Any suggestions?

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I took it to the dealer. They fixed under waranty. The new issue is the flash and beep confirmation upon double locking the doors no longer works.

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My break lights work the reverse lights do not. Is it the neutral safty switch/back up-light switch

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your problem is in the power control feed. either the drivers or passengers switches are broken or the wire harness has a broken wire in it.

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It can be either the relay (not the fuse) or it's the switch on the steering column.

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Check fuse f3 located in fascia fuse box,below steering wheel just above data link connection 15AMP
Fuse under bonnet f7 also connected to dash/rear lights,but if this blows you would have no indicators as well
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