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Old 10-20-2010, 07:49 AM
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Right Parking Light?

Hey guys my right parking light is out but when I put my blinker on it works fine. My friend says they are dual filament bulbs so maybe one of the filaments is burnt out?
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Re: Right Parking Light?

couldn't tell you if they are dual filament bulbs but i had a similar problem with my rear brake lights and once i changed the bulb the problem went away...my suggestion is to just replace BOTH driver and passenger bulbs and go from there its only a few bucks and if you do it now you wont have to worry about it down the road
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couldn't tell you if they are dual filament bulbs but i had a similar problem with my rear brake lights and once i changed the bulb the problem went away...my suggestion is to just replace BOTH driver and passenger bulbs and go from there its only a few bucks and if you do it now you wont have to worry about it down the road
I replaced the bulbs and nothing
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Re: Right Parking Light?

try checking all your fuses and relays that could possibly relate to the light.
and if all else fails it will most come down to a wire issue. short or what have you.
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UPDATE: Hey guys it was a connection.
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