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My dash light doesn't work either, I lose lights in dash at night when I have the headlights on. As for your car, thats kinda weird your fronts work but not the back. Have you already checked the fuse boxes? they are on the driver and passenger sides almost under the dash in front of the doors. If all your fuse are good and in the right spots, then I would check the bulbs out back to make sure they are not rusted inside or cut or something like that.
No, because the left side is still working. The loose wiring was to the multifunction switch (turn signal).
Power gores through the turn signal switch to the brake switch on the brake pedal, then to the rear lights. Does the highmount brake lamp work?
At the RH lamp socket, Measure the voltage between the RH rear lamp C4032 pin 3, circuit 5 (OG/LB), harness side and ground. Should be 12 volts.