Check for a good ground connection as well. The electricity has to get back to where it came from to have a complete circuit. If that is good, check the connector that is feeding power to the light. Look for signs of corrosion, loose wires, contacts, etc. Here is hoping that it is something simple like that.I just found out that one of my backup lights stopped working. These are led type. I have checked the voltage up to the light and.is.good there and since these lights are sealed I can not check in side. Is it possible to buy just one light?
Yeah, but the wires leading to it are separate, right? Could be a failed light, but it is worth checking the other possibilities, just to be sure, before buying a new one. Or, just get a replacement and possibly be disappointed when it does not work either.I forgot to add that the left backup light is working fine it's just the right backup light that is not working. That's why I think it's the led itself.