Question about 1986 Mercedes-Benz 300
Hi if the bulb is fine and the one the other side works then the chances are the bulb holder has corroded and you are nto getting a good connection between the bulb and the holder, what you need to do is remove the rear light completely and have a good look at the bulb holder connections and you will probably find that the holder has corroded and you then need to clean it with some glass/sand paper to remove the corrosion.
you need to remember that if it is corrosion then the chances are the seal around the light has gone so if you do find any corrosion your best option would be to replace the rear ligh as a whole to prevent this from happening in the future.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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