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Could be a fuse or a relay or both.
Posted on Apr 14, 2015
As Glenn said, it could just be globes. Strange though how both front and rear have gone out at the same time? Could possibly be a bad connection or broken wire. I doubt if its a fuse. The fuse will protect the entire lighting system. If it blew, then none of the lights would work. try new globes first. If you have a close look at the ones you pull out, you can see the filament which sits across some holders inside the globe, if its flapping around and dangling and one end is free, you know the globe has blown.
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