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Reversing lights do not come on when engaging reverse on vw 68 bay camper

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Firstly look on the gearbox and u will see a switch with a two wire plug going in to it . Pull it off, then bridge the wires with a split pin. If your lights work then it wants a reverse light switch if it doest check the fuses and bulbs

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