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I replaced a bulb and socket in my left rear break light, and checked fuses,running lights,turn signals all work,can you help?

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I just had the same prob..the hole light is bad..they get moisture in them and they corrode. It is a common problem. Sorry to say but this is your problem and the only fix is to replace them. If you can find one in a junkyard use caution for you might end up buying the same problem.

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    I just had the same prob..the hole light is bad..they get moisture in them and they corrode. It is a common problem. Sorry to say but this is your problem and the only fix is to replace them. If you can find one in a junkyard use caution for you might end up buying the same problem.

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check fuses with a tester. just because they look good can be missleading

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You have a broken wire to the turn/brake light portion of the light as they use the same wire. Or where the plug goes into the light assy could be bad. Torsion mount lights are horrible and you should think about replacing with a universal light that you can wire direct.

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