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I have no Running Lights in both the front (Amber), or the back Tail Lights (Red), no liscense plate lights, back-up lights or instrument panel lights. I do have Brake Lights, turn signals, headlights,and interior lights, door and roof, both front and back. I looked in the fuse box and it showed a 15 Amp fuse for "Tail, Illumination Light" The fuse checked out good, but I replaced it. Still no Running Lights, or the others listed above. Other than that 15Amp fuse, what is the common thread with all these lights?

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1st check the fuses-----then the globes-----check all the fuses some have multiple tasks if you have a test light ,youcan test to see if thre is power on one or both sidesof the fuses with the lightswitch on.if thre is no power there the swich is the next place to checkfor power to those items not working. i cant remember if there is a relay on those ,but look for one

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