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Need to know which fuse is my brake lights on my vw golf and if the fuse is good and I replaced the brake light, why is my right brake light not working

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  • dennisnleah Oct 04, 2009

    replaced the bulb and checked the fuse but still not working



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Fuses are marked on the fuse box cover. Just follow the numbers.

If the brake lamp is not working, it can be
a) broken (try with another bulb)
b) loose (put the bulb properly in)

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