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Need to replace a left tail light fuse

I have no owner manual to know which one to pull from the fuse box inside

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There isn't a fuse for each side- it controls all your tail lights so if you have all except the l/s then your bulb is blown or you have a wire issue with that light. Take off the two screws from the inside edge (hex head) and pop out the light bulb and try a new one. That's a cheap fix, if that doesn't work then check the fuses or vise-a-versa, but I don't think you have a fuse issue. Have you ever been hit in the bumper? Unfortunately the wire harness runs right along the upper radius of the bumper from left to right and it really difficult to access, but if one of those wires has a pinch in it, it could cause your left light to not work. My daughter got rear ended and had this very problem and I have to pop off the fascia and access the harness and found the break. I doubt if you have that problem though...just theck your bulb.

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