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Rear brake light

Recently replaced rear brake light I put in a new bulb it still doesn't work when I step on brakes

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I had the same problem with mine. I had a friend hold the brakes and slowly turned the light socket intill the light came on it seems the setup wears the power strip down some and loses contact so doing this gets the contacts points back. if it works for you as well you can get a new tail light assembly or just tape it in place.. Ebay had some after market lights cheap.

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