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Tail lights There is no light when driving but have turn single and brake lights. I have lights in the front but no dims for the turn single.

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Get a 12 volt tested and take the lens off and test with the lights on and the bulb remove to see if you have power in the socket also test the wire behind the socket check for ground wire, loose wires, and also checkout the light switch.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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