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What # fuse do I change to make rear lights work??

Help me Please!! What # fuse do I change to make the rear lights work. I have a 1992 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I don't know off-hand. Call an auto parts store and tell them what you need. They can look it up lickity-split!

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