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Trunk lock It no longer works. Is it a fuse or something more? Can you help? Secondly I installed a complete rear light assembly. Now the brake lights turn on when I turn the lights but nothing happens when I press the brakes. Did I hook the asembly up wrong?

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YES YOU HOOKED IT UP WRONG.
SWITCH THE CABLES.

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AC AND AJ BODY MODELS

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