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The only lights that work on my rear taillights are my turnsignals. I've replaced the bulbs and still nothing. Please help?

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My guess is you meant, my (rear parking lights are out.)
but fronts and sides are ok? that?
the only lights that work are rear, blink? turns.
so the front blinks are dead? and parks?
all parking lights (vast ) are dead? front rear , side and cab>?
reverse lights dead, (nah i bet they work)
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

ill just look up rear park for you. and pretend all other up to 20 parking lights work , many are inside the cab. called illum. there.
ill pretend head lights work too. lows and highs.
are the license plate lamps out too? (my guess, YES)

i have the online FSM open now.
i look at the tails(parks) and no guessing, is see !

the fuse is F6 and runs both rears.
F6 drives the park relay, (power pin)
so if F6 blows. you loose front and rear, and lic.
same with relay
the relay is controled by the BCM
and its controlled by the switch.

my guess, based on lack of facts .
is the trailer wiring hacks , upset factory wiring in the rear.
if only the rear fails. (!!!)

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The may be separate fuses for tail lights and turn signal lights.

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Check for power to your brakelight switch this located at the top of the brake pedal. I see alot of these go bad.

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