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Left rear light?brakelight continues to burn blubs out within two days of replacing them> everythings looks good, but who knows, I do not see any frayed wiring and or mositure Thanks

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Replace the pigtail that the bulb goes into. The short is in the inside of the harness itself. Don't use a wrecking yard part, go to the dealer and get a new one. They're not very expensive at all.

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