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Lights ou at the rear of my 88 s10 checked fuses none blown

All front lights work,I plug a power converter into the lighter had it there for 2 weeks it blew my dimmer fuse but i replaced and that worked for the dimmers then about a week later my rear lights went out what couold cause such a problem

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A local surge coula blown your bulbs. check any fuses and check you tailight bulbs.

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