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The is a switch on the top of the stearing column shroud flick it and you will find your lights go off

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The turn signals and brake lights use the same circuit and filament in the bulbs. The tail lights are on the other circuit which comes from the headlight switch.
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it sounds like there is a possible break in the wire from the point you jumped it towards the front of the car to the headlight switch.if you can jump this wire going towards the front of the car and the tail lights work keep going until the lights don`t work,this is the area the break is.you just have to narrow down the area that is the break.you say the headlight switch is good did you check the wire at the switch for the tail lights,as a switch will work only on part of the circuit if there is a problem with it.

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