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Proton taillights i am looking for left and right tail lights

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Best place to get these is from a wrecker that specialises in protion wrecks.

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SOURCE: 2006 Chevy Trailblazer Tail Lights

There was a recall on this, take to the dealer and they will replace the whole socket on this.

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SOURCE: tail light works but no brake light on2003 Dodge Ram 1500

if it has a trailer package look at the splitter when you take off the tail light cover might be that plug.

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SOURCE: 2006 pt cruiser, dash lights and tail lights don't work

check the fuses.

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