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I need to know which fuse needs to be replaced to make the driver's side brake light work? What a pain this always is. Who's idea was it to NOT include a fuse map for the interior of this car? Good Lord.

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There is no separate fuse for one brake light,check the connector at the brake light bulb,and replace the bulbs,do not change the bulb out with a similar number,like if it uses a 3057 bulb,do not use a 3157,they are different.Look at the terminals,with no voltage to the light,and bend the contacts for the bulb inward to make sure there is contact.

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