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Third brake light works but side brake lights do not backup lights,signals, and parking lights all work have checked fuse, relays, even brake pedal switch all good and even checked all bulbs and grounding please help with this problem.

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Turn signal swith is bad , just replaced our to solve problem

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I would still guess at faulty brake light switch. Some newer cars have several circuits built into the lamp switch. One could have failed.

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