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Have an issue with my 1995 suburban rear lights. i have replaced the fuses, bulbs and even light sockets...still no running/tail lights??

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The easiest way to check this problem is to remove the bulbs and with a test light turn the lights on and see if you are getting power to the lights for sure. If you are not getting power check the ground under the vehicle on the frame where the wires go towards the lights. The test light might come on if it is grounded good when you touch the sockets if it does then you know it is a ground issue.

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