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  • MrShift@Edmunds 03/26/13 3:05 pm PST

    I think the first thing I'd do in that case is to put a test light on the connector or plug that operates that rear tail light bulb. If you have current going to the socket or connector (test light goes on) then you must have a bad ground in that harness, or a corroded socket.


    If there is no current going to the bulb, then there might be a break in the line somwhere forward of the tail light.


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