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Here is a vague answer to your vague question

it's on the transmission! where most backup switches are located on most cars / trucks

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Typically, reverse light switches are located under the dashboard. They work like a refrigerator light switch that is pushed in when the door is closed and as soon as the button is allowed to come out the light comes on.
In a car, the same kind of switch is operated by the upper end of the brake pedal arm up under the dashboard.
Check your fuses also. They're more likely to go than the switch.

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