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Hello and welcome to just answer. I have seen issues with the lamp housing assembly on these vans. It is a broken contact in the unit itself. Do you have a 12 volt test light handy?
If you do have a 12 volt test light, then ground the light's alligator clip to a good metal ground point on the van's body. Then turn on the left turn signal. Now probe each terminal in that connector at the lamp unit. If the test light blinks, then that proves the lamp unit/housing is bad and will need to be replaced.
Oh ok, Sorry. It it is the right side stop and tail lamp. So do your test light check on the right side wires while stepping on the brake and/or turning on the tail lamps. If the light lights, then replace that lamp housing assembly. You can get a cheap test light at the auto parts store for under $10.00. If it were a relay, then the left side would not work. If it were a bad ground, then the right turn signal would not work.
I hope that helps,