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Replaced all bulbs in the tail light assemble, still no turn signal or brake lights coming on. Repalced the fuse, still nothing.

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Try replacing the turn signal switch flasher and check to se if brake switch is bad, if it's bad replace it if it still does not work replace turn signal switch.

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