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Chevy wiring tail light wiring on 1998 chevy express van

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Try http://www.etrailer.com/faq-wiring.aspx. They have very good concise information that might help.

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Socket was made in mexico right? wiggle the blue wire that goes to the rear light. Now check the black wire and wiggle it as well. They are notorious for bad sockets. Help products offer replacements at your auto parts store.

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