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Old 08-30-2013, 02:26 PM   #31
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I have the same burn marks on my 2001 jeep tail lights, thats come's from a loose connection from the bulb to the socket. There is such a thing as maintenance. These are bi-metal and will separate from heat. People need to check these things. Everyone blames FR. How old is your Trailer? It's not the wattage it is the socket. These are trailers that things work loose on from the bounce and eveything else. These bulbs are the same as auto motive, you are burning the connection that is not from wattage. Did you put a volt meter on the socket to find out how many volts you are getting, that will tell you everything.

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