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I have a 1999 gmc suburban 4x4. All rear lights and license plate lights are not working. All fuses are good as well as all light bulbs. Any ideas what the problem could be?

The only light in the back that works is the brake lamp located on the top of the vehicle. No other rear lights will come on. Brake lights do not work when applied nor do the turn signals as well as back up lights.

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Sounds like a faulty signal switch.Here's a way to check it,hold the brake pedal down while pushing down on and wiggling the hazard switch.If the brake lights come then replace the signal switch.

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SOURCE: 1999 GMC Suburban, K1500 4WD. Top brake light bar

third light is different circuit. saftey reason check fuses grounds wires

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