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My right rear blinker light will not work on my 2006 Ford F-150 pickup. I have changed the bulb and looked for loose connections. The break light,tail light and front blinker all work. Where do I look?

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  • robertlee524 Oct 02, 2009

    I tried more than one bulb and if there was a problem with the socket I don't think the bulb would burn when the brakes are applied.

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Add blinker fluid.. Just kidding.
examine the socket and make sure there is no debris in it or damge to it that could cause the connection to not be made. You could have just gotten a bad bulb to replace it with also.

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