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Broken brake light 1997 toyota camry

The right side brake light works and the window brake light and left brake light were working off and on at times and now the left brake light and window brake light dont work at all-please help

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Sounds like a bad bulb. the filament in the bulb will bounce around and reconnect its self sometimes. when it is out tap the lens with your finger tips if it illuminates replace the bulb and recheck. the problem may lay elsewhere, but this is a cheap easy place to start.

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