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What is wrong the upper brake light works but the lower left and right do not all the fuses are good?

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2005-09-03 12:25:11
2005-09-03 12:25:11

Take a 12 volt circuit tester and check the power at the light sockets to see if there is power to them. It may be bulbs or corrosion, so clean the sockets with a fine sand paper. 90% of the time the problem is at the socket or bulb. If this vehicle has a tailer connector on it, BE SURE to check it also for broken wires and corrosion..1930fcoupe

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