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My 3rd brake light is out, but I'm not sure how to

3rd brake light is out. I just had it replaced in Feb. Can I buy a new LED assembly?

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You dont have to. just replace your light bulb again only this time donot allow any part of your hand to touch the glass use a napkin or any mateial that is oil free. the oil causes the glass to overheat thus causing it to fail early.

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