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Reverse lights don't work. Replaced the bulbs and they still do not work. Brake lights and turn signals work. Whats the next thing to check? And if a fuse, which fuse on 1992 Jeep Cherokee?

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Check ur CONNECTiON on the transmission reverse switch! Located on ur transmissin itself, raised or go underneath ur vehicle to check on it. Wire connection might have been pulled out by hitting something underneath! Reverse switch might not been working anymore! Taaah!

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