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Tail light won't work but brake light will

I changed the socket and the bulb but only the brake light works..I can't get the tail light to work

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

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Check 10amp fuses #9 and #23 in the fuse block on outbord end of left side of dash panel. With driver door open you should be able to see the small access panel on end of dash.

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