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All of the lights work on my 93 Jeep Cherokee 6 cyl except the taillights. Can't seem to find a fuse out and I've replaced bulbs which I've tested and know they work.

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There is a plug under the dash, directly under the steering column, that sometimes gets unplugged accidently. From what I remember, it's white. Check to see if any of them white plugs directly under there are slightly unplugged. Happened on my 93 grand cherokee once and I almost got rear ended from having no brake lights.

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