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There is only one fuse for the brake light, so if the passenger side is working, the fuse is OK. You most likely have a bad bulb, bad bulb socket or a wire issue. The circuit board that all of the rear light are mounted to also has had problems in the past. BTW - the fuses for the rear light are under the rear seat.
You also have Circuit Breakers for your windows, Or your Master Switch ,You can Test the Driver Control Switch or the rear switches by removing the Switches and using the connector Plug and a Jump wire try jumping accross the wires,if they go up or down you could have a Bad Switch,if nothing moves more than likely your Window Motor is bad. BUT first CHECK your Circuit Breakers ,It could be Labeled as accessery Relay or circuit Breaker.
no car stated ,side lights have two fuses ,one for each side of vehicle so if none working its a feed problem to the switch or from switch to fuses ,no relay used as far as i know for a merc just seen the car appear its a bit slow tonight opening