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  • MrShift@Edmunds 08/10/08 5:15 pm PST

    you need to get a test light and see if current is right at the bulb socket on the rear brake lights.

    If yes, there is current, than you have bad bulbs or a very bad contact in the socket itself.

    If no, then you must have a break in the wiring. So you'll have to follow the wiring on each side of the trunk to some coupler or place where you might see a break in the line.

    It might be possible for you to splice into the third brake light as an emergency measure but that might also give you dim bulbs, I don't know for sure.


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