Originally Posted by Gboles72
however the street side tail light doesn't work. I've replaced the bulb, but still no luck.
Welcome to the club and congrats on your new camper!. Heads up, good times can be additive
The tail light that does not work, is it a dual element bulb? If so try the brake lights that uses the other element. If one 1/2 works and the other side does not, well the grounds are good.
I agree corrosion may be against you. That is the text book first thing to rule out. You may have to scrape the socket to remove the corrosion. Unhook the 7 wire from the truck or make sure the power it off first.
Dieletric grease is your friend in these cases. Put it int eh brass part of the bulb and put it in the socket once you get it working to fight corrosion. Any auto part store has it
Amazon.com: Permatex 22058 Dielectric Tune-Up Grease, 3 oz. Tube: Automotive
Hope this helps and good luck
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