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Left tail light does not work i put a new bulb in and still dont work i plug the whole assembly in on the right side and it works

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There is a main fuse box under the hood. there is a blown fuse in that box... replace it..

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Must be a broken wire. You'll have to trace it back using a test light, and probing every foot or so, until you find power.

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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