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Right tale light won't work..can't afford a ticket

I know you say...replace it, right. Well I did and that didn't work....it came on for hour and blew out again. I checked for loose wires, water in the lamp housing, loose connections of any type and can't find any. I replaced fuses that may be associated with it, but nothing seems to work. The blinker and the brake lights work. any suggestions?
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Run an independant earth wire from the light assembly plug to the body.burning out bulbs is usualy a sign of a poor earth

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

Try running an independant earth wire.Tap into the original earth wire and bolt/screw added wire to the body.do this at rear tail light assembly joiner plug

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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