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Rear lefthand side brake light not working, put a brand new bulb in & still not working even though its working wen i have my lights on???

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    I have a similar problem - my license plates lights will not work - changed out the bulb three times - looking for fuse can not locate and the notice Saturday that the side lights are out as well.

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You will have to replace the bulb holder behind the light!! i had a similer problem on my old honda civic they tend to go!!! just simply unclick it from the rear of the light and unclip the connection and replace!! hope this helps

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