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My first guess would be a ground problem. The bulbs are mounted in plastic sockets and grounded to the car by a black wire. If one socket is not grounded it will try to ground thru a different socket. I would check for voltage and ground on each socket in the back.
hi from uk the fault you have on rear nearside/left lights is a sure sign that you have a poor earth on the left rear lamp assy also check the connection block on the bottom crossmember where the hatch closes on there are pins on the hatch that when closed they contact the block on crossmember so ensure these contacts are clean? the block on x member is removable and lifts out it has plug attached check wires for corrosion? and any sign of o/heating on plug/wires usually caused by poor contacts resulting in arcing /short circuit
if you turn on your right turn indicator and walk around the car you will likely find one of your bulbs are out or that your brake light is out on the right side. if all your indicators flash have someone press the brakes while you check the light.