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2001 ford explorer sport rear driver side turn signal and brake light dont work.

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Check the bulbs if the bulbs are good suspect the panel that the bulbs go into. Which are also called the sockets you may have to replace the sockets this is not an uncommon problem.

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This vehical uses a a duel filament bulb for the brake and turn signal....replace the bulb and you should be all set

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