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I have no brake light and turn signal on the passenger rear I have replaced fuses the 3 socket plate and all 3 bulbs and still the lights do not work

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Your problem is most likely the turn signal switch since your brake light circuit runs thru turn signal switch but would check harness going to passenger rear w/turn signal on check wiring with test light then maybe at the steering column to see if problem is in harness

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