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I bought a nissan pulsar 88 and it has now license plate light. i boutgh i new one but i cant seem to get it to work. how do i wire the license plate light. oh and every thing else is working so its not the fuse.

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A lot of times it is just caused by dirt. corroded metals or combination of both.clean it good and it should be ok.

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