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Why would only one out of 4 marker lights work?

Noticed driver side amber marker light not working and both driver/passenger marker lights inside headlight assembly not burning as well. Checked and all three bulbs where blown so replaced but still none would burn. The side amber marker light for the passenger side still works so checked all fuses and none where blown. Thought maybe a bad ground but shouldn't all four lights be on the same circuit? Any suggestions as to the cause and possible fix?

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Recheck the plug ends on those lights, Look for corrosion or rust. Most of the marker light plugs are universal. replace the plug.

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Testimonial: "You where correct the sockets of the non working lights had become corroded. I bought replacement harnesses for both sides. Found when I was replacing them that the connectors themselves had corrosion as well. Used a small precision screwdriver and some spray electrical contact cleaner to clean the contacts. Once done and connected up the new harnesses all light are working again. Thanks Randy for pointing me in the right direction."

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You are right all marker lights come off of one fuse, inside instrument panel, number 29, a 10 amp fuse my manual does not give a lamp number, it has a chart, head lamps (high) lamp 9005 60 w type a, headlamp (low) 9006 51 w type b, front marker lamps 5w type d, for the rear it says to use a lamp 7443 21.5 w type d, I do not use these, I have special lights on mine, hope that it helps

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