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How do I replace a brake light on the passenger

The passenger side brake light is on but doesn't light up when I press the brake

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Okay your car brake lights bulbs has two leads the light you see is your regular night lights now the other one is for your brake when you brake a light up. so now on the way that you fix your problem is changing the light bulb.

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