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Driver side rear blinker/stop light does not work, also 3rd light stop light isn't working either

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May be a bad electronic flasher unit if you lost both. if the blinkers flash very fast, that is a bulb out warning, but sometimes the flasher controls both circuits, and it is a relay.

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