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Tail Lights One brake light is out, yet when the headlights are on, the opposite brake light no longer works...Anybody got any suggestions?

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  • Cody Ainsworth Oct 16, 2008

    Thank you Justin. That was helpful..I am also going to do a tune-up myself. There is a sensor light on? any suggestions would be great.

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It could be your break switch .which is located behind break petal.or headlight switch. most of the problem is connections of elec wires/harnes.If all else fails you use a wire tester($10.) to wires to find shortage.

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