Question about 1998 Chevrolet Express
If the light is good, and switching from side to side does nothing, then it could be as simple as a corroded power supply in the lamp base. if that's clean, or if you've cleaned it with a little baking soda and elbow grease, then i'd check voltage at the base. (use a friend to help push the pedal down. he'll think he's a mechanic then.) you should have battery voltage at the base. if not, trace the wire for suspected corrosion. if you have bat. voltage, check the ground side. good luck, electrical problems aren't fun sometimes.
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