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Passenger side taillights wont work

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Check the circuit board in the tail light...

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look for your main box there should be a fuse for your taillights check for continuity use a test light,but if does voltage check the wiring for voltage,ground that goes to the taillights after checking for voltage and ground and figure out if it has voltage or a good ground then if all the test and figure that it has those the only way is the bulb that causing it so go buy one......

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If you have a test light, connect direct to wire feeding tail light and a body ground to see if there is power. If there is, take probe and touch ground wire of bulb. If you test light comes on, you have lsot ground. If this has helped, please post as helpful. For faster help, please go live chat

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SOURCE: 2003 Trailblazer - taillight keeps burning out

Yes there are 2 places under dash or sides of dash and in the engine compartment

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check the earth wire and fuse for your taillights

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SOURCE: No Brake Lights 1993 Chevy Astro Van

Check the ground wire & leads, if not try the multi-function switch in the column

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