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What lamps were you having a problem? So there is a lamp on your dash that says tail gate is open? There is usually a switch or sensor for that?
Maybe I misunderstood your problem?
If the tail gates lamps at the rear are staying on, no matter what you do, I'd have to check wiring diagrams for that lamp control.
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Check the wiring harness. Sounds like it has come in contact with the break assembly and is shorting out. Look for exposed wiring where the cover has worn off coming in contact with the break. Tape all exposed wiring and be glad you haven't had a small fire.
First check the fuse for the lighter, if the fuse is ok then the wire has fallen off from the rear post of the lighter, it's a common problem just squeeze it with a pair of pliers and slide it back on, if it does not fix it go to a parts shop and buy a replacement and install it comes apart like opening a jar unscrew it counter clock wise and it will come off, it is 2 inches in length and has threads that long.
Several Suggestions,1 the wiring on the back of the Instrument panel,corrosion found on many early focuses to circuitry on binnicles, another is the sensor on the back of the gear box,not easily accesable but under £30 for part if fit self, nearer £140 and no guarentee at Garage! Failing this look on web pages for others having same issues..theres enough of them!