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We have a 2002 Mazda 626 the tail lights and dash lights are not working. There is no fuse in the fuse box inside the car for these lights. What could the problem be?

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You may have the wrong light bulbs in the rear. Take them out one by one and look at the bottoms. Make sure they are the correct lights. If the bulb only has one pin, make sure the reciever is only one pin. Sometimes when the wrong bulbs are bought and installed, lots of weird stuff will happen. As far as the fuse box goes, double check your listings. These lights definately have a fuse(somewhere in there)

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