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Tail lights out

I was wiring a trailer wiring harness in. Now the tail lights are not working. The blinkers and brake lights work. I found the fuses under the hood but none indicated the rear lights. I could not find a rear fuse but no owners manual came with the car when I bought it three years ago. Any suggestions?

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There is another fuse box behind the change holder on the lower left side of the dash. When you open the change holder you will see two "Fingers" one on each side that hold the change box up. Gently squeeze these inward and rotate the change box out. You will find the missing fuses there!

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