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Right rear tail light not working And turn signal

Right rear tail light And turn signal does not work

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  • olsen_sl Feb 09, 2009

    right taillight does not work nor does blinker , car starts but cannot get out of park .

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Sounds like brake shift interlock is not sensing brake pedal apply so it can activate solenoid to allow shft from park.
Check bulb socket and replace if bulb ok

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