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Brake lights dont work

Replaced fusses
replaced bulbs
replaced brake switch

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  • vandenisha Mar 12, 2009

    replacing a brake bulb light on the driver side on a 2002 jeep liberty, how do I go about this?

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Look for broken wires or with a test light. follow the wires checking from the fuse box back to the brake lights checking every so often in between the light wires and the fuse box.

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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SOURCE: NO Brake lights. Fusses OK, replaced brake light

Could also be your rear SAM module

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