Brake Light not working on 2003 Toyota Highlander

My driver side brake lights are not working. I replaced the bulbs, but it still doesn't work. The passenger side works fine. What could be the issue with this.

by in Madison, AL on June 04, 2011
3 answers
ANSWER by on June 04, 2011
More than likely, its the bulb socket and/or the 'pigtail' (wiring loom) attached to that bulb socket.
ANSWER by on July 14, 2011
wiggle the harness.
ANSWER by on July 13, 2015
On the bulb housing there are 3 prongs most likely there is a loose prong next to the light.... find that one and bend the part closest to the light slightly away from the light being sure to keep the 90 degree and that already exist. You're basically grabbing the lip and pulling it out a little.
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