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The break lights work, front lights work just not the tail lights. attempted to check the fuse but could not retrieve it to pull it out. my e-mail address is (ValerieSpaulding@Ymail.com) thankyou

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Get youself a small pair of needle nose plyers and that will grab em dollar store item or harborfreight.,Also if fuse is not problem its probly the tail lite bulbs.

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You need to get that fuse out to check it. It may have melted. If it is not the fuse, you need to check your wiring harness.

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