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L -Series Brake Light

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First let me say my Car is an 03, and not included in the recall. My right Brake light does'nt come on when the brakes are applied. But when I remote lock the doors the bulb will flash with the others. So can I assume the Bulb is good? Or might changing the Bulb fix it? Can I assume that though not included in the recall. My car may have the same defect as those recalled?
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Open the trunk and find the white plastic thing the bulb goes in to. Turn it clockwise(I believe) until it wont turn anymore. These stupid things have a tendancy to loosen themselves up. Happens to mine all the time, almost got a ticket for it once. Its a pain in the ass, but your bulb is probably good, the thing it plugs into probably just loosened itself.
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Open the trunk and find the white plastic thing the bulb goes in to.  Turn it clockwise(I believe) until it wont turn anymore.  These stupid things have a tendancy to loosen themselves up.  Happens to mine all the time, almost got a ticket for it once.  Its a pain in the ass, but your bulb is probably good, the thing it plugs into probably just loosened itself.

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Thanks. I'll try it on the weekend. I'm in for the night tonight. (oh the weather outside is frightfull)
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Bulb was bad. Dual Filaments it seems. The regular taillight filament was ok. The Brake Filament was gone.
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Bulb was bad. Dual Filaments  it seems.  The regular taillight filament was ok. The Brake Filament was gone.

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Yup... I was about to say... it's a dual and only the tail light is coming on with your Key Fob lock feature.
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