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Rear light failure?

In my dash the 2 rear lights keep blinking and it flashes rear light failure
but my signal driving and brake lights all work what can I do to stop the flashing

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Hey, my 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee did the same thing and it took me a long time to find a solution. It turned out, at least in my case, that there was a burnt out bulb just above the license plate. When I replaced it the warning went away.

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