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Tail lights stopped working turn signals and brake lights still work dashboard lights also went out

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Assuming the headlights are functioning and assuming the front parking lamps are illuminated then we have to assume that your concern is related to an open between the switch and the tail lamps

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JIGGLE HEAD LIGHT SWITCH,MOVE IN AND OUT REPEATEDLY , WHEN ON AND SEE IF THEY FLICKER OR TRY TO WORK.IF THEY TRY TO WORK YOUR HEADLIGHT SWITCH OR HARNESS PLUG MAY BE BAD

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