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No tail light, brake light, or marker lights but turning signals work

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Start by checking the fuses, then post the results here if that does not work. Describe your troubleshooting method and your skills.

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Start off by checking all your bulbs and fuses, sometimes one burned out bulb will affect other lighting systems. Next thing I'd do is look for a bare wire (short) somewhere in the system.

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