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2002 ford explorer 4x4 xlt 4.0 eng. 111,000 miles. Tail lights will not work. I checked all fuses and relays, all check is good. When the wiring hornes are unplugged from the driver side fuse box under the dash with the light switch on, when the hornes' are plugged back in and the door chimes comes on the tail lights come on briefly and then go back off.

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Even though you checked all fuses and relays and have power the relay could over heat and shut them down. switch relay with another relay and check again. does the front markers go out also or just the rear?

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