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Backup lights not working

My backup lights are not working. I checkt the fuses.


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i have the same problem! i have checked it all wiring there is probably something i missed hopefully some one can help us out

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Jelmer, auto or manual?

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mine is a automatic

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Did you check the fuses under the hood along with the ones in the cab?

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I'm sorry, mine's manual. Is there a switch on the stickshifter or on the gearbox?

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If you have a manual, and the bulbs are good, it is most likely the switch on the gearbox; at least it has been on both of my trucks. It's easy enough to find as it is the only switch on the gearbox if I am not mistaken, and last time I got one I believe it was around $30 from the dealer.
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If you have a manual, and the bulbs are good, it is most likely the switch on the gearbox; at least it has been on both of my trucks. It's easy enough to find as it is the only switch on the gearbox if I am not mistaken, and last time I got one I believe it was around $30 from the dealer.
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Yup and it seems to be a common thing to break with manual's. As far as an auto goes, I would check fuses, but I don't know where the point of connection is for the reverse lights on the auto.

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If you have a manual, and the bulbs are good, it is most likely the switch on the gearbox; at least it has been on both of my trucks. It's easy enough to find as it is the only switch on the gearbox if I am not mistaken, and last time I got one I believe it was around $30 from the dealer.
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Thanks! Ill go check it tomorrow!

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