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Rear tail light

I am having a problem with the left rear light. The break light works when applied but the tail light does not work. and the bulb is new. Also, I need to know what the color code is for the light as I am installing a wire harness for a trailer

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White with tan tracer....brake lights
light green...left turn
tan ....right turn
black with yellow tracer....tail lamp
violet with black tracer....backup lamps

as far as the bulb not lighting it could be either the socket or the circuit board

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