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Right Side taillight and front fog light not working

Standard fuses checked, bulbs checked but still no passenger side brake light and front fog light will work. Cannot find source of issue! Can someone give me an idea of where to look next? Thanks, Diane

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If you have a test light, connect direct to wire feeding tail light and a body ground to see if there is power. If there is, take probe and touch ground wire of bulb. If you test light comes on, you have lsot ground. If this has helped, please post as helpful. For faster help, please go live chat

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