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    Gq Taillights and cental locking not working

    hey all,
    All the tailights on my gq are not working, they are plugged in and bulbs are good so not sure. also my 2 rear doors are not locking when I lock my driver door. please help

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    Hi mate, the tail lights are the parker circuit and you likely also have no Dash lights or front parkers. Can you confirm this? do you have a Trailer Plug. Start there.
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    After you have checked the fuses in the drivers side kick panel, and if MudRunners suggestion fails, have a look at the electrical connector under the passenger seat. Using a test lamp, you should be able to find voltage for your locking and lamp circuits. Also check the earths from the body to the chassis.

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