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They are probably correct. If you want to try to trace the wires yourself, go to Autozone.com and register your truck. You can then get wiring diagrams and fusebox layouts.
I would look to replacing the ignition relay and the ignition switch. While a bad wire is possible, these bigger components can cause the same problems, are relatively inexpensive, and will give you a starting point before blaming the wiring.
You can go to Autozone.com and get fusebox and chassis diagrams for free. All you need to do is register the vehicle for free at the site. You can then print out what you need.
When you have the wiring diagrams, you just need to find a wire or fuse that provides power to all of the bulbs that are out. It is possible that both rear lightbulbs can break at the same time if the cargo door was slammed or if both lenses got wet. So check the bulbs just in case.
you should be able to google this and get a diagram on it from te internet, I hope.
if this don't work go to Nissan website and search for it or see if they can send you a copy over the net. they should
If you go to autozone.com and go to repair info. You will need to put in your make,model, and year. When you go to the repair guides. Go to chasis electrical and lookup wiring diagrams. You will find it there. IF you need any help determining the color codes or what you are lookin at. I have 2 shop manuals. A Chiltons and Hayes manual. I would be glad to assist you.