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1998 mazda protoge no brake lights

Checked bulbs, fuse and changed brake switch. still no brake lights. blinkers, and running lights good but no brake lights. any ideas. I took to auto Zone they diagnosed switch... bought it and installed it but still no brake lights

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Is there power to the brake switch?

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You just have a bad connection in there or you got a bad ground have someone check that..

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