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I am not getting lights on the R rear brake light and the brake linght that is located on the back dosboard middle lower to the rear (it a small rectangular light) windshield. I replace the bulbs but they are not work. Should I try the exact lights designed for the exactg mondel, would that matter? thanks for any ideas. God Bless!!!

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Exact bulbs can matter. but there is a junction under the mid (window light) where it connects to the wireing harness. this could be your culprit. also check with a meter or a test light the terminals in the light sockets with the bulbs out. these sometimes heat up and lose connection.

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