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Do you have a 12 VDC test light? And perhaps a length of wire about 10 ft. long with an alligator clip on each end? With those you can find out the problem. If the switch is good, then chances are that the ground side is the problem. That length of wire can be used as a "test ground" lead and you would attach one end to the metal housing of the light and the other to the ground bar in the load center. If the lights work (or one of them) you know WHAT the problem is.......then you just have to find out where the break or bad connection is. That lead should be white. Look for places that it might get chaffed or broken from flexing a lot. Hope that proves helpful here. Please get back to me if you need more as all follow ups are included in our fee.
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