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Left Baksignal is not on when the gear is on the R( I checked the bulb and the fuses are OK)

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If neither light comes on its the switch on the transmission, if one does and one doesn't then it's at a wire connection. Find a wiring diagram to help you track it down. Use a test light to make sure your light is getting juice. Could also be a ground issue something like a cracked wire.

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