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2000 jeep wrangler brake lights don't work

All three of my brake lights quit working and haven't been able to solve the problem. I checked fuses replaced with new and check bulbs and replaced with new. Someone told me to look at the brake pedal for a fuse or switch. I did and have no idea what to look for. Can somebody help with a solution.

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  • sgtmag Sep 25, 2008

    I have checked all the fuses and the bulbs all of that is good. I still can't get my brake lights to work!

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    Where is the relay for this unit - I've got a new Brake Light Switch & still no go!

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    I replaced booster and rod is to short now the brake lights is always lit. The pedal does not travel back enough to contact switch. What do I need to do?

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    no brake lights or blinkers. Replaced both flasher units, and of course all fuses have been replaced

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Hello sounds like a bad or loose wire on your brake switch up under your dash follow your brake pedal upward push down on your pedal now watch as you let it go slowley where it touches the skinny flat area of your petal touches a switch about 10 inches up from the bottom you should see a button sticking thru a bracket were your pedal touches check and jiggle wire if no lights change switch goodluck

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I changed the switch in my Jeep. It worked for a while, then it is not working.. Now what should I do?

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