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1991 Lexus all brake lights don't work

I checked the fuse and it is fine and the blubs are fine.......all went out / stopped working at the same time.....is there a relay that could be out that would effect all the brakelights at once ?

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Yes. On a Lexus LS400, there is Tail Light Relay Lamp Failure Box, Located in trunk, behind felt, left hand side, just under the trunk lid bracket. I'm guessing it will be in the trunk on either the left or right side. Good Luck.

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Hi ....... Look up under the footwell and brake pedal, theres a switch mounted onto a metal bracket, they should self adjust to compensate for wear etc ............... remove from the bracket and make sure contacts and action is good.

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