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Passenger side tail light keeps burning out

I have had my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee for 2 years and have had to change the passenger side tail light 3 times already. The connector looks a little burnt. Is it a short? Bad electrical? What do I need to do besides buy stock in replacement bulbs?

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You can get a New Connector for it from Either your Auto Parts Store or the Dealership. This could be the Problem. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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