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My right brake light is not working. Is it fuse or actual light and how do i fix

(1998 Dodge Caravan)
in Garden Grove, CA on October 13, 2013
Id like to know where fuse box is also
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of Greg's Orange Auto on October 14, 2013
ALSO COULD BE RECEPTICAL NOT BEING GROUNDED
on October 13, 2013
Two fuse boxes. One under the hood, left side and one above your left foot in the cabin. The brakelights however do not have separate fuses. Probably just the bulb. I believe it is a 3057 or 3157 dual filament bulb and you must remove the lamp assembly from the car to replace it. You will need a torx bit screw driver for the job.
on October 13, 2013
Thank you!
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