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No brake lights

All 3 of my brake lights do not work. I have checked the fuses & they are ok and the brake switch on the brake petal seems to be working I can hear it click when it makes contact. is there a relay or something else I am missing?

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Hi! I'm sure I've had dealings with this problem before? I understand the switch for the brake Lights click? but have you tested the switch for functionality? i.e. popped a multi meter across the terminals for a circuit test? if not then remove the brake light switch from the top of the pedal assembly the get someone to hold the switch while you touch the two terminals with your probes off the multi meter, remember to have the meter set on Ohm or resistance and audible if possible? you should hear a buzz or see the display dropping to Zero when the switch is releases i.e. open, when push (Button in) buzzing should stop or full reading shown on display.
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