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Q: One of my tail lights runs dim. I've replaced the bulb several times and it does no good. What could be the problem?

A: This is a classic example of a poor ground connection. Most light fixtures are connected directly to the metal of the car (by screws or other fasteners) because the car's body is the ground. Take your fixture out and use steel wool or sandpaper to clean up the metal which contacts the car's body. That should do the trick.

 

 

 

 


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