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Back up light wont work where is my back up light switch located

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M/T on Tranny
A/T on Tranny,
if car is A/T its in the PRNLD switch, mounted to side of tranny.
it not only does reverse but sends your shift selections to the
ECU , so it can autoshift your transmission

the first check is , fuses
2nd ,is try one new bulb inserted, and all old bulbs in pocket
blubs can short.

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