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Why is my taillight out?

My left taillight is out and i heard that i need a pigtal, will this really solve my problme?

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It might.you need to see if the bulb recepticle is corroded on the contacts. if so..then yep...replace it along with the new pigtail...they go hand in hand,and a shop can do it inexpensivelyor you can DIY in about 20 mins.

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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