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My licence plate lights will not turn on. I replaced the bulbs and all of the corresponding fuses. What steps do you reccomend to take to find the problem and fix it?

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The first thing is to check for power and ground at the socket and wirng before socket, you may have bad sockets, or the wiring under the rear going to lights is bad, maybe a bad ground, the ground wire is grounded at the rear before the bumper,start ther check for power and ground.

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