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Nissan Titan - Where is the fuse for rear turn signals?

Where is the fuse for rear turn signals? The front turn signals are working fine but the rear are not.

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Usually if the front are working then the rear should be too. check your light bulbs. if you tow stuff, check the wiring harness on the hitch.

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