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Right rear brake light and blinker not working

I have a 2008 Wrangler Rubicon and the rear right brake light and blinker stopped working. I tried to replace the bulb and fuse but it still doesn't work. Any suggestions? If it's a wiring issue, please be specific on where to look since I'm not very mechanical.

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Daniel,

Should still be under warranty. If you have determined it is not a burned out bulb, let the dealer trouble shoot.

Some other things to check, from a wiring standpoint, does the right side emergency flasher work? Does the right side backup light work?

If these do not, I'd look for a connector to the right side of the rear that came loose. Haven't spent that much time under my 2009 (same model style), but I'd suspect on a jeep that physically following the wires to a connector would not be hard. Also could be a ground issue to the right side lamp housing.

If those are working, morelikely a broken wire.

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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