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My passenger side brake light is out, but not my driver's side. I can't find the fuse, but I would assume that the fuse manages BOTH lights. It is not the bulb, because I light comes on when I turn on the headlights at night. How do I find the same fuse, and if the fuse is OK how do I check the wiring?

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Hello, It still could be the bulb.

If it is the one that I am thinking of, it should have two elements in it and one of them is probably burned out (the brake filament)

It is also a possibility that there is a problem with the wire or the bulb socket, but I would bet on the bulb itself.

If you have a test light, you can make sure that you have power back to the bulb socket.

Let me know if this helps.

Tim


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