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Brake lights my brake lights wont work but when i turn on my parking brakes it works all the rest of my lights work i checked the relay switch under by the brake pedal its good i check the fuses thats good. my parking brakes and my brakes are on the same bulb so i was wondering if it could still be the bulb. thank you very much if you could help me because this thing is stressing me out thank you again. i have a 1993 honda accord

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The bulb is a dual filament try replacing the bulb

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