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Need a fuse schematic for tail light brake light fuse is okay,directional light is okay can't tell which fuse to replace for tail light. thanks

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I don't know the year or model vehicle we are speaking of. If you suspect a fuse is blown and you are not sure which one, you can tell by looking at the top of the fuse to see if it is still making a connection. If it is making a connection, you know the fuse is good. Check the sockets at the rear of the vehicle and make sure the bulbs are good and the connector is not corroded.

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