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Which fuze works the right brake light

I don't have an owners manual, and the right brake light is out. which fuze #, is it

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If the right brake light is the only one not working, the fuse is okay.
There are not seperate fuses for brake lights and work on a single brake circuit. Chances are the bulb is out. Check the bulb and replace as needed with the same type bulb. If it still is not working after the bulb is replaced, check the power and ground circuits with the correct testing equipment.

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