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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello. Check the wire connections going to this tail light and the ground connection where the ground wire is bolted to the frame. A weak ground is the most common reason for your problem. Disconnect the ground wire from the frame so you can sand the frame in that spot down to bare metal then reconnect the ground wire.
Also pick up an aerosol can of contact cleaner at the auto parts store and spray the contacts plus remove the bulb and spray the bulb socket. Regards, Joe
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Posted on Feb 05, 2010
SOURCE: I dont have brake lights,
If all your brake lights are out, it could be your brake light switch. The switch should be located above the brake pedal arm. Might be as simple as a lose or dirty connection. The switch should have a adjustment too.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
This sounds a bit crazy, but you do not have a good solid ground to your trailer brake lights. You may have to run a separate ground wire from the trailer to the car. Pull your trailer close to the front of your car, close to the battery. Use some wire to connect your trailer to the battery. Then touch each contact one at the time until you learn which port turns on which light(s). Using the wires, only one in the ground connector and the other in the brake connector. gain access to one or both sides of the trailer lights, use another wire and touch the base of the bulbs to the metal of the trailer if the light gets brighter you need to run another ground wire. Hope this helps FixYa up.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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