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Tail light doesn't work

Tail light on driver side is out, I replaced all bulbs. I have break lights, blinker and reverse lights. Puzzled about what it might be, Please help!!!

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Could be anything from corrosion in the socket to a broken wire some where.
Remove the bulb and look into the socket at the bottom, are the socket terminals clean?
Next, turn on the park lights and prob the terminals in the socket to see if there is voltage there.
Let me know and we can move on from there.

Also, is there a trailer hitch on the vehicle with a trailer light pig tail?

Good luck and let me know.
Regards,

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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