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Have you checked the fuses?
Have you checked that that new bulb is working? Put the new bulb in the left side, if it works, the bulb is OK.
If none of the above and you have a new socket, then there is a break in the wiring. Good luck with trying to find that, so go to an auto-electrician.
check the light bulbs (filiments can break and touch the other filament in the bulb and backfeed other circuits) if they appear ok remove the non working bulbs and swap positions with the working bulbs and see if anything changes
I would say it is your break switch. It is located under the dash and the break pedal actually hits it. It look chrome and it is a round cylinder. It has a button on it. When you press the pedal down, the button releases, therfore, it turns on your break lights. If the fuse is ok and the bulbs aer ok, this is your problem. Thank you very much for choosing FixYa. Good evening.
Try removing the the bulbs from the left tail light and cleaning sockets and bulb bases (or replace them).
It sounds like a contact problem which may be exacerbated by having the tail light on when the brake light attempts to light.
There are probably also quick disconnects plugged onto the light fixtures that might be corroded but those are not as easy to clean.