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Right rear blinker not working!

I have a 95 ford powerstroke, and the right rear blinker does not work. the brake light, hazard, and running light all work except when i turn on the right blinker the brake light on the right stops working. The blinker for the front right works just fine though?! i just put in a new blub and flasher, I have a new multifunction switch but I don't know if thats a problem and would rather not install it to test and see if thats the problem because if its not i won't be able to return it. any clues where to start digging?

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Check the socket whare the bulb goes for rust corosion. you can also test the socket by removing bulb and using a 12 volt test light. remove bulb and connect test light leads to the socket while the signal is on.connect one lead from test light to inner wall of socket and the other one to the terminals in bottom of socket

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