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Brake lights dont work , rear directionals dont work

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Just a toss in the dark here, but I had similar problems, and was told to remove the battery clamps from the battery for a few minutes, and reconnect.  After that, the lights worked.  Some sort of electronic control "fuse" deal on newer cars.

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