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My brake lights wont come on on my 2003 chevy impala

My husband changed the stoplight switch, checked all the fuses, and bulbs none of them were broke. My signal and tail lights still work just not my brake lights. I do have one bar style brake light on the trunk that lights every time I touch the brake, but the main two won't light up. How do I fix this so I can get a state inspection sticker?

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Some cars have two brake switches under the dash. Try manually pushing the button on the switch while someone looks at the brake lights. It may just need adjusted. Good luck. Please rate me so I know how I'm doing. Thanks.

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