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Right tail light does not work, but break light does.

I have changed the light bulb.

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Check the ground on the bulb socket.

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I changed the tail lights of my wife's suburban which is the same as yours some few weeks ago,here is how i did it myself,although i'm a mechanic but its not technical;

STEP1. Two screws inside the tail gate jam.
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