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1998 F-150 Rear passenger tail light out. New bulb, good fuse, still no light. Any ideas where to start?

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Check for power on the brown wire itself. Could be a problem with the bulb socket. If you have a pin, stick it through the insulation, and hook the + lead on the meter to it ( ground the other side ).

Does the turn signal work normally ? Use the 4 way to compare the 2 sides ( checking if the ground is OK, or if the stop / turn on the right side is using the parking lamp as the path to ground, and you notice it as a parking lamp issue ).

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