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1996 nissan altima Brake lite no funtioning

No brake lights new brake light switch and all wiring checks out ok and all bukbs check out ok to

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Check ground screws in plastic housing where light bulbs are in rear lights

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Have you checked the continuity of the wiring or test if there is any power getting to the switch with a test light

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what that means is your socket is is probably shorted to your running lights there is a constant feed of voltage to that circuit. i would take a circuit probe and trace a wire to the spot of the short. good luck.

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is there power TO the brake light switch? adn is there power OUT OF THE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH?

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