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1999 Sunfire - No back up lights

Ok, my neighbour came over and had a 'fuse tester'....my fuse seems to be fine....and yet, I still have no back up lights. Grr...Any other options before my baby gets pulled apart???

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  • abarbrey Jan 14, 2009

    1993 f150 no back up lights

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I believe the back up lights are run from the neutral safety switch. check the switch.

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