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Right side brake light, blinker and fog lamp

The brake light, blinker and fog lamp all on the right side doesn't work... does anyone know what maybe causing this??? Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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  • jetstar731 Jan 30, 2009

    Thank you I'll check it out.

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Should still be under warranty. If you have determined it is not a burned out bulb, let the dealer trouble shoot.

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