08 mustang Right side tail lights not working

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Asked by Jun 06, 2016 at 07:31 AM about the 2008 Ford Mustang GT Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Yesterday I got in my car and my neighbor informed me
that my right side taillights were out. Checked bulbs they
were good checked plugs/wiring and didn't see any
problems my left side works fine. If I turn on the headlight
the left tail light lights up but not the right. When I turn on
the right blinker I get nothing on the outside of the car but
on the inside it blinks extremely fast. Any ideas?

5 Answers

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Front bulb is burnt / bad. also DOUBLE check every fuse there are more than one fuse box locations. Underhood power distribution.

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Check owners manual to find the fuse locations and there wasn't one for tail light brake light or anything close

13,885

Check the front turn indicator light. also check the hazard flashers. check if you have fuse F6 location

10

Would that be in the right side kick panel?

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Did you ever figure the problem out, Ryan? I am having the exact same problem.

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