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Your info center is telling you that there may be a light out on the left side of the vehicle. Turn on your lights and inspect the rear of the vehicle each side should light up the same. You may have to pull the light assembly out to gain access to the lights. with the lights off and removed from the lens assy, look at each bulb they should be clear with no dark or white spots. those discolored bulbs are burnt and need to be replaced. Bulb numbers are usually stamped into the metal base or ink stamped to the bulb. There are also websites that tell you those numbers by make and model of your auto/truck.
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