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Tail light works but no brake light on2003 Dodge Ram 1500

The tail lights on both sides work. The brake light works on right, but not left. We changed the bulb. We looked for the fuse, but we find the tail light fuse, but no brake light fuse... HELP! please

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Not the fuses.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    what else would cause this to happen

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If it has a trailer package look at the splitter when you take off the tail light cover might be that plug.

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