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2006 Mustang Front and Rear side markers won't work

All four side markers bulbs are burnt out and new bulbs don't seem to work either.

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What do you mean, don't seam to work. Either they work or they don't.
Ok, look in each socket for any corrosion where the bulb gets pushed into it.
If that looks clean, follow the wiring from each one, as far as you can and look for breaks.
If the wires look good, see if there's a fuse that controls all 4 markers and check if it's blown. Personally, I don't think there's one fuse just for the markers but you never know.


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I meant that new bulbs didn't fix it, i will try and see what I can figure out. Is that fuse going to be in the fuse box under the hood or in the floor on the passenger side?
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