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    Lighting issue not sure what it is...

    ok, so last night I was driving my car and I walked around the back side of the car and I noticed that my lights for my license plate wont turn on...

    Should I just replace them? the only recent mod that I have done is the sti cluster swap, and I cut one wire the B28, would that cause it to not turn on when I flick the switch? But before that they worked fine as far as I know...

    Just not sure what to do
    Huh... Didn't know you couldn't do that...

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    Remove the bulbs and test them with a multi meter. Or gamble $3 that they're burnt, buy replacements, and replace them. Even if they're fine, you'll need the replacements eventually.
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    I had my bulbs (both) burn out in three years of owning my car. Its cheap and easy. just replace them

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