Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Remove the bulb, look at it closely to see if the filament is broken. If so replace it. If not it may not be getting power to do to corrosion in the socket or a loose wire or connection somewhere. The easiest fix if the socket looks OK but is not getting power to it is to run a new wire from the taillight wire to it rather than trying to track down where the old wire goes and is connected to and is failing etc. If the socket is all corroded you may be able to use and sandpaper to clean it up but if it's too badly gone, you will have to replace it. dielectric grease is a type of Greece that you can use on bulb sockets and electrical connections that does not interfere with the electrical connection book and protect it from corrosion.
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