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My left rear directional is out, i replaced the bulb but it still won't work - do i need to replace the brake light

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Make sure you have the correct bulb for the vehicle. If so check
for power at bulb with tester. Also, if you have a trailer hitch
wiring kit on it may have corrosion build up at connector.

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