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Passenger side tail lamp

Passenger side rear tail lamp is out. Lamp does light up with the brake. changed the lamp anyway and still doesnt work. all other lights on van work so fuse chould be ok. where do I start to track down problem?

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Could be the socket where you put the bulb or the wire that goes to the socket. there could be no power going to the wire.

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