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My blinkers and breaks lights dont work what should i do i have check the fuse and bulbs

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Check to see if the light sockets have a good ground. If you don't know you can always clip into the ground wire with a jumper wire and ground it inside the trunk area somewhere with a metal screw. The area must be clean of rust and paint to get a good ground.

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