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Yamaha Fazer brake light works but tail light does not

When I use the brakes, both rear lights work, but when I simply have the lights on the rear one is not illuminated.

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  • mikeyt21 Apr 06, 2009

    When I use the brakes, both rear lights work, but when I simply have the lights on the rear one is not illuminated.



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The bulb might be fused so replace the bulbs.

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