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Does each brake light have a sperate fuse on my

Does each brake light have a seprate fuse on my bmw318is? left light will not work new bulb already tried could it be a fuse? dash electrics acting screwy too

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What year is it if it is around a 90- 97 model sometimes the wiring harness located at the drivers side trunk hinge is a bundle of wires that is in a closed rubber housing disconnect the battery then pull this plug from the trunk and cut open and inspect the wires in the tube some times they break from all the bending from the trunk open and closures

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