Q: What number is the fuse for the reversing lights on a 2008 vectra c

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what number is the fuse for the reversing lights on a 2008 vectra c

My car has 65000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The fuse for the back up lights is number 10 and is a 15amp fuse.

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