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Tail light is not working.

Replaced the bulb, didn't help

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If you have a trailer that you tow it has a short and the tipm will shut off power to that circuit. you can only have this reset 3 times by the dealer and if the problem is not corrected the tipm will need to be replaced and its expensive. make sure the short is repaired before having the dealer reset the tail lamp circuit

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