all lights work but one running light (the drivers side tail light) I replaced the bulb. No help. Fi50 95

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Asked by Dec 12, 2015 at 04:56 PM about the 1995 Ford F-150

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remove the bulb from the socket and use a multi-meter to check for 12 volts inside the socket. If not present, use the pointed probe to pierce the insulation on the wire a couple of inches back from the socket. If still not present, keep checking backward for the fault. Current is usually supplied to one side tail light, and a jumper is used to connect the other side. Check the jumper for presence of 12 volts.

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