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Audi A3: Right rear lights none are working, all other lights

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Right rear lights none are working, all other lights working. Checked plug with a current tester, no power. Checked fuses all seemed fine. Any idea what could be wrong?
It sounds like the circuit board is burned out on the lights
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

where is the circuit board located?

thank you,


Customer: replied 3 years ago.
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Asked a question didn't get answer for 7 hours, asked a follow up question to an extremely brief answer and have not received answer and it has been another 7 hours. We received the first response at 11:40 pm and did not respond until around 5am Friday morning.
the bulbs are connected to the circuit board
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

we checked for power at the port where the light board connects and there was no power as mentioned in our original question. we stopped by an audi dealer last week and they changed bulbs and looked at it but they did not have time to research the problem, we were on a road trip and leaving the next morning.

I do apologize the circuit board is in the back of the wire cluster for your lights when they burn. Out you wont get power to the ports so it wont light the bulbs
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