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No tail lights only driverside brake light works

Ive checked fuses and the bulbs only the drivers side rear brake light works the third brakelight does still work as do the front parking lights

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Test the connectors that the lights go in with someone applying the brake. These connectors are not very well made. You may need a new connector on the side that's not working.

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