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The Backlight brake strip situate in the Trunk of my Honda

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The Backlight brake strip situate in the Trunk of my Honda goldwing 1800 (2002 model) is not working.It as a LED llight . can you tell me how I can find out if it's the light or the wiring to it is faulty and what can be done to fix it.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Honda
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Expert:  Tom replied 4 years ago.
Hi Im Tom and Im here to assist you today .If the light is plugged in then 99 percent of the time the led is the issue . You can get the part from a local salvage yard to save some money .These are the next steps. Please rate excellent service so I can get credit for my help thanks. Bonuses greatly appreciated.