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I have changed all light bulbs in the tail lights,...

I have changed all light bulbs in the tail lights brake lights and back up lights on my 1992 Toyota Corolla and they still won't work?the bulbs are all located in one light housing for both sides of the car.

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I would look for a short in the wiring.If you replaced the bulbs and the new bulbs were good then the only real answer is a short.

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