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I have no lights inside or out. I replaced wiring but still don't have lights

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General advice:Main fuse /relay under the hood.What do u mean by replacing the wiring,it is a complexe hell of a messy job everything can go wrong.U must track the problem,ceck bulbs,ceck plugs,ceck switches,ceck fuses in the fuses box.Tip:some lights may not work without the keys on the on position.Very rare is a ignition barrel condition by not letting the + to get to the main fuses panel.Cheers,let others know if u figured it out.

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