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Brake Lights the brke lights on my 2005 isuzu ascender quit working. I checked all fuses and the bulbs all other lights are working.

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    Speedometer will work when car is first started but after driving will go out. Most of the time will drop below zero but last night stuck on 55mph. Does not seem to be any particular activity that causes it, just goes out.

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It could be your brake light switch. it is located underneath the steering column, where you step on your brakes. it is bolted on a nut and being pressed upward by the brake pedal if your not stepping unto it. once you step on the pedal, it would be released and make contact to light up your brake light.

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