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Brake light/ blinker

My Driver side blinker and Brake light arent working. The tail lights come on when I turn on the lights, but no blinker or brake light. Its not the fuses. they look fine. And the bulb seems ok. It still comes on when I turn on the lights, as I said.

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Its one of your Relay switches.

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