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I have a 2001 mazda 626 and the tail lights are not working. Head lights, signals, brake lights do work. Had problem a few months back and took to the repair shot and they said blown bulb was problem. But now I have the problem again. Seems to happen after it rains a lot

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Water has sipped through the tail light assy. the fuse box under the steering wheel is shorted.

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