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The reverse lights do not come on I have checked the bulbs and the fuse

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The back up light switch is bad, and it's usually screwed into the side of the tranny.

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The location of this switch depends on your specific engine. My ST required removal of the battery, battery box, and some suspension components. Mine (06 ST 2.3l) is mounted on top of the trans, directly below the battery. Switch costs under $40.

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There is a reverse light switch that is probably bad. Usualy mounted inside the shifter, or by the transmission.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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