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The parking lights and tail lights on 96 lasabre went out , I can't get them to work again . All the fuses are good .

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Relays under the hood to? if those are good and bulbs are good , then I'd think a grounding problem. you can run a new wire to one of the lights and ground it to good clean metal and see if thats the problem? a12 volt test light (buy cheep one for under $5.00) and see if you have power to the bulb socket? richie

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