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1990 acclaim signal and brake lights

Front left side signal lights come on but dont flash and rear left signal lights dont come on at all,and left brake light also will not come on. right side all is well, have exchanged bulbs ,nothing

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You need to check for power & ground at left rear socket, and clean it & contacts in it well, and may have to squeeze socket a bit to supply better ground to outside of bulb base. If that doesn't work, poke wires going into back of socket with test light, with signal on, and if power present, replace the socket assy. About $5.00

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