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Right side brake light

I have a 2003 Cadillac CTS and my right side brake lights won't work, I changed the bulbs and problem still remains. Do anyone know if this is a fuse problem or is it something else I must do.

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Did you confirm that the old bulb was bad? Was it slightly dark and the filament broken? Is there moisture getting into the light housing?

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