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Side marker lights not working voltage only at left front socket

My side marker lights are not working on my 1986 corvette,the amber lights are working but not the clear white. when i removed the bulbs i found the bulbs to be ok and only voltage at the left front but not at the other sockets does the voltage originate at the left front or at another sourse
where do i begin to trouble shoot ?

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The front white side marker lights come on with the turn signals to light your way around corners they dont blink they just illuminate the right or left corners the ones at the rear left and right come on with the back up lights,, i have a 86 vette too look for ground wire problems as they are more common on these cars, you may have voltage at the light socket but if its not grounded good no light s

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