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1999 Dodge Neon Brake Lights won't work

Other than lamps, what else is in the system. Automatic transmission has no proble coming out of park so I assume it's not the switch on the brake pedal.
Also I can't find the schematics to follow the problem with a meter.

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Have you tested at the brake switch at pedal, for power in & out?

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