Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Your next step is to check the socket for the bulb. You will need a test light for this. Check and make sure one contact is grounded and that the other one has current when the brake is applied. If not check the wires going into the socket for the same. If they work properly and the socket doesn't replace the socket and your done. If the wires fail also you have a broken wire and you will have to trace it back to find the break. Usually the sockets are what goes bad from moisture and weather. Good luck.
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