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Even though the Brake lights use the same bulb, the tail light circuit is a totally different circuit.
Did you check all fuses? The tail light fuse is either by the battery or in the IPDM..
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The fuses for the lights are under the hood. As I said, the Brake light circuit is a different circuit than the Tail lights. So the brake lights could work when the tail lights don't, or vise versa
i did, Those are the fuse box inside the car. The fuse box for the tail lights is under the hood.. Let me get you a image of it's location.. 1 min
Passenger side of the engine under the hood by the Coolant Over flow bottle and the washer fluid. There is a Black box. Pop that cover off and here is the location for the tail light fuse.
Normally the inside fuse box has a spare. So try that one..
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Try this then. Try taking the right tail lamp and plug it in the left and the left tail lamp in the right and see if the problem follows. This is only a test to see if the problem is in the lamp assembly or if it's a problem in the car.
Ok, that means we have something going on with the wiring. How good are you at electrical?
If you are not good at electrical, then someone would need to help you isolate why the one parking light is not working.
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That doesn't look good. That socket could certainly cause the issue. You need to get a tail light sub harness. When I told you to swap the tail lights, there is one plug for that sub harness. So I assumed that was what you did.
So you need a tail light sub harness to resolve your issue