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Brake lights turn signal not working on drivers side

Brake lights not working and turn signal on drivers side no working...yet passenger side turn signal works..have checked all fuses and bulbs they work..changed the stop light switch still nothing..could it be a brake in the wiring somewhere? like behind the socket where my bulbs go in the tail lights?

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Check the wire loom from the boot to under the back seats, I have herd over time the back seat can cut the wiring loom as the metal in the back seat can cut the wires. saw this on a classic cars site a few years ago. you will need to fix the wires back and reseal the wires with sealing tape. also make sure the wiring is back out of the way for the seat.

Posted on Mar 19, 2014

Testimonial: "I will check the wiring under the seats ..ty..I have no lights at all on the drivers side..turn signal,brake,or regular lights...Found today that the red wire was not lighting up with the conduet testing on the wire behind the bulb in the tail light housing...I took the tail light lens off, took out the bulb ..to check to see if I was getting juice to that bulb...Black wire lite up the red wire did not...so I will look for a brake in the wiring..all bulbs and fuses are good..the tail light, and turn signal work on the passengers side but no brake lights on either side..TY"

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