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No Brake Lights

I have a 1989 T-Bird SC w/ABS. I have no brake lights. I have changed the fuse, checked the bulbs, and replaced the switch under the pedal. Still no brake lights. The running lights and turn signals work fine. I tried jumping the wires to the brake switch (with the key on) and still no lights. There appears to be no power to the brake light switch. Is this a relay problem? If so, where is it? Any suggestions are very appreciated.
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