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95 Chevy truck tail lights don't work; everything else- brake, turn, backup & hazard do.I checked fuses in dash, replaced headlamp switch-still won't work.

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Check the bulbs they are a duel fillament bulb possibly have wrong bulb or one side is burnded out. if I remeber correctly the part No#3157 it should be stamped on base of bulb these should be the 2 top bulbs.the lower reverse light is a single fillament part No#3156 also check the sockets and plugs for a good connecton.

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hey i have the same problem on my 99 did you find the problem im curious what it was so i can attempt it to fix mine.

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Check your fuse for the instr lamps.

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sounds like you have a blown fuse.

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one of your bulb is blown one bulb will shut the rest off check all your bulbs.

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SOURCE: where is the fuse for the tail lights 200O Z71 chevy truck

THEY SHOULD BE UNDER THE DASH

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