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The problem is simply that my left rear brake light just stopped working... it is not the bulb nor the socket.... cannot find any "fuse or fusable" the deals only with one side of the brake lights.... any idea as to what it might be? Thanks Mike

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You may have a loose connection in the wiring connector or a bad earth check all the connector plugs around the rear lights pull them apart & check for corrosion, if all fails check at the socket that there is power with a test light.....hope this helps .....cheers

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