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Left tail light/turn signal. Doesn't signal. Have replaced the fuse, bulb and connector plate and gasket. Best guess, other options? I'm at a loss. Please help.

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If it lights but doesn't blink check flasher. if it doesn't light check ground connection from taillight to body.

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The left tail light on my trailer doesnt work.the stop and turn signal works . is there a fuse for it? i have 2011 gmc sierra 1500


There is a tail lights fuse for the truck, but not for the trailer.
First, check that your left tail light on the truck is working, if not fix the problem (new bulb, bad contact, fuse).
Then the obvious suggestions regarding the trailer are: Check the tail light portion of the bulb to be sure it is not blown. If good (best to put in new one to be sure), then check the wiring from the front of the trailer all of the way to the non working bulb, including every connection and at any place it is secured to the trailer frame. If all is good with the trailer circuit and bulb, then check the truck's trailer connector, including any adapters. If by chance the truck is wired with a flat 4 wire harness the problem may be solved (but usually the blinkers are the problem). Modern trucks require a 5 wire harness which self adapts to the standard 4 wire trailer circuit. Check for dc power (12 volts) from the truck's female connector. One wire will be ground, others will be taillights (turn on headlights), brake lights (have someone press brake pedal), and blinkers (turn on switch and blinkers).

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1) Open trunk
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3) Remove flat tip screw holding tail light assembly
4) Remove tail light assembly by pulling outward, careful not to break plastic guide/nub
5) Disconnect wiring connectors
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To Remove:
  1. Disconnect lamp assembly electrical connector.
  2. Remove nuts and lamp assembly from bracket.
  3. Remove lens screws.
  4. Remove lens, gasket and bulb.
To Install:
  1. Install lamp assembly and nuts to bracket.
  2. Connect electrical connector.
  3. Install bulb, gasket and lens.
  4. Install lens screws.
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To Remove:
  1. Lower endgate.
  2. Remove 2 tail/turn signal lamp assembly retaining screws.
  3. Rotate tail/turn signal lamp assembly and remove from vehicle.
  4. Disconnect lamp assembly electrical connector.
  5. Remove bulbs by pulling straight out of bases.
To Install:
  1. Install bulbs by pushing straight into bases.
  2. Connect electrical connector.
  3. Install tail/turn signal lamp assembly to vehicle and secure with 2 screws.
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My left headlight is out. replaced it twice. High beam works with both bulbs. My tail lights come on but left one doesn't blink when left turn signal is turn on. Front turn signal works fine


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How do I replace a burned out backup light on a 1998 cheverolet silverado c-1500 pickup truck?


Removal & Installation Cab/Chassis gm-06-00-1071.gif

To Remove:
  1. Disconnect lamp assembly electrical connector.
  2. Remove nuts and lamp assembly from bracket.
  3. Remove lens screws.
  4. Remove lens, gasket and bulb.
To Install:
  1. Install lamp assembly and nuts to bracket.
  2. Connect electrical connector.
  3. Install bulb, gasket and lens.
  4. Install lens screws.
Except Cab/Chassis gm-06-00-1075.gif

To Remove:
  1. Lower endgate.
  2. Remove 2 tail/turn signal lamp assembly retaining screws.
  3. Rotate tail/turn signal lamp assembly and remove from vehicle.
  4. Disconnect lamp assembly electrical connector.
  5. Remove bulbs by pulling straight out of bases.
To Install:
  1. Install bulbs by pushing straight into bases.
  2. Connect electrical connector.
  3. Install tail/turn signal lamp assembly to vehicle and secure with 2 screws.
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Left tail light out on 02 S10


I had this same symptom after I pulled a trailer that had light "issues". I tried wiggling the trailer light connector around until the trailer lights begin working. Next think I know they were not working again and now my left tail light was out. I thought it odd that is wasn't both lights out being on the same fuse, but checked wiring etc with no problems found. Mine turned out to be the "left tail light fuse" in the engine compartment fuse box. All of the parking and tail lights as independently fuse, You can tell which one it is by the guide on the fuse box lid. You will be looking for a 10 amp (red) fuse near the center of the fuse box.

rgant

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