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My 2005 nissan altima has both tail lights out, the break lights work and i searched all over for the tail light fuse, but i cannot seem to find it. help?.

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If its like most nissan s you have to remove the glovebox and the fuse box is behind it, the main box can also be located beside your battery, if both tail light blow it will, blow a fuse, so check your lights regular to save you the hassle of looking for fuses.

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