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Brake Lights and Blinkers don't work

1999 Ford F350 the Brake Lights, Harzard lights, and Blinkers do not work. When you turn the Head lights on the Lights in the rear come on so I don't think there's a short. I have check the fuses, all are good. Whats my next step?

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  • Fncman Dec 10, 2008

    I have checked under the hood and under the steering wheel (the fuse box). I have 5 square fuses under the hood and I don't know how to check them to see if they are any good. I also have one square box beside the main fuse box under the hood. It's between the master brake and the main fuse box. When I turn the blinkers on and the hazard lights on it doesn't even work on my display panel to let me know that I have a blinker or my hazards on. If that didn't answer you question please let me Know thanks.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Have u checked the underhood fuse box?

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Try tapping the hazard switch on and off a bunch of times fairly hard. these switches have a tendency to go bad and neither the hazards or turn signals will work

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