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The left brake light as well as the stop light "seem" to burn out quickly - approx 2 months or so. I have replaced them numerous times, but the problem keeps coming back. Any suggestions? Thanks ,Mike

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  • Mike Gula Sep 04, 2010

    Thanks coach - I replaced the entire socket assembly last summer, but still having the issue. Is that what you were referring to?

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Cleaning out the corrosion or grease from the pigtail might help. better to replace the pigtail.

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