Question about 1989 Chevrolet C1500
The problem is most likely right in the left tail light assembly.
Check the connector at the light and the bulb sockets.
You will find a bad connection for the power or ground.
Also.....while you are there.....add a ground from the bad light to the truck body.
A length of wire slid into the side of the light socket ....do not let it touch the bottom terminals .....then install the bulb......and then connect to a ground on the truck......will work.
Do the other side too......it will be looking for ground soon to.
The other option is to replace both assemblies........just make sure the connectors are perfect.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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