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I have a 1995 Nissan altima that has brake lights that no longer work. I have replaced both lamps, fuses and replaced the brake switch. Is there anything else I can try next?

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Look for a short in the wires. If you have done all of that this can be the only thing that would keep you lights from working. Take the wires leading from the break lights and follow them to see if you have a break in the wire and if so un hanes the wires from both ends and replace them. I hope this helps.

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