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Trunk lights and license plate lights are not working although the bulbs tested OK. Do you know what could be the problem?

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Check for bad fuses under dash fuse panel check the trunk switch for power with a test light trace wires to a plug could be corroded if no luck the get wiring schematic from either dealer or library and trace wires could also be light switch!!!!Best of Luck to You!!!!!

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