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Q: Left side brake light and turn signal not working.

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The left side brake light and turn signal are not working. All the fuses check out though.

If the bulb and connector tested out ok I would suspect a break in the wire causing no voltage or ground. Have a mechanic from YourMechanic test, find and repair the open wire.

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