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1998 mazda protoge brake lights do not work checked fuse...ok.... changed brake light switch but still no brake light... any suggestions?

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Stupid question but have you checked that all the globes arnt blown.
also have you adjusted the stop light switch properly.

a good test to to is check your globes replace them if you are not shore of them then un plug the stop light switch and earth out the two pins in the plug then check if the light come on.
if they do you may still have a faulty new switch our it might need adjusting

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