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Your Dash lights and rear Tail lights will not work on your 1986 Pontiac Firebird does anyone know the reason why all your other lights work including your brake lights whats up wid dat?

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2007-05-20 13:24:47
2007-05-20 13:24:47

All on one circuit - check the fuse for parking/tail lights

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