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I imagine that includes all three brake lights on the rear. If not then please clarify further..

Check condition of fuses and power to the brake light switch which sits at the top portion of the brake pedal arm. If the switch has power, then check that it is making a circuit when the pedal is depressed. If not, then replace the switch. (most likely issue)
If it isn't the issue, then check all rear light cluster connections and wiring loom for condition and connection.

It's likely a fuse or the switch though, so check those first.

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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