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REVERSE LIGHTS ALL LIGHTS ON CAR WORK .WHEN CAR IN REVERSE LIGHTS DO NOT WORK .CHANGED FUSE AND BLUB STILL DO NOT WORK

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    reverse lights wont work, changed bulbs, fuse and switch on transmission

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Try the reverse switch in the gearbox or take the plug off and connect the 2 wires togther lights should be on andy

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