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Over cab light doesn't work

The side bed lights work but the center brake/running light does not

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Hi, have you been able to pull the cover and look at the bulbs? If you have or can and they are ok then I would check the fuse box either under the dash or under the hood usually on the driver side. Is this the only issue? I'm assuming the vehicle runs normalyy and the headlights and daslights as well as radio work? If the fuse is stiil good the check the door switch when you open and close it. Thats like your wall light switch going out. Good luck!

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