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Brake light electrical problems


Old 04-20-2014, 04:53 AM
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Okay so I have a 94 ram 1500. Im having a light issue and am looking for some help. So when my running lights are not on and I hit the brakes the right side brake light will come on but left side running light will go on. When the running lights are on both work until I hit the brakes then the light on the left side shuts off completely. The reverse light on the left wont work as well. Ive changed the bulbs as well as spliced in new bulb inputs and still nothing. Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks
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