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1999 dodge durango, brakelights dont work

Brake lights dont work

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  • hollywood503 Dec 19, 2008

    THE PROBLEM WAS THE BREAK LIGHT SWITCH

  • hydrospec200 Feb 10, 2009

    I am having a problem with my brake lights on a 2003 Dodge durango. When I press the brake pedal only neither tail light illuminates. The brake light in the back window will illuminte but nothing else. Any suggestions?

  • chelleyv Mar 13, 2009

    third brake light doesn't work- 2000 durango

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Try fuses in car by dash and under hood if its blown replace and it if blows again check for wire damage and corrosion or short

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