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Brake light my driver side brake light wont come on i change the fuse inside the car and i put new bulbs in but it still wont work.how can i get it to work again?

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I would consider a wiring or socket issue. Check the points where the bulb makes contact and clean them and make sure they are making contact. If you have a volt meter this will be very easy to solve

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