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2005 Dakota lost turn signal, brake and hazzard lights in the rear. Fuses and bulbs appear to be good. Any ideas?

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One of the wiring harness is not contacting. Start at the steering column and trace all the connections.If you have a tow package, check the splice to the tow plug also.

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