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Brake lights wont work.

Asked question before.no good answer given brake lights dont work. changed fuses under dash board. changed fuse in the trunk.and changed switch under brake pedal. still no brake lights.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Do u have 12 volts at the brake light bulb socket's with the brake pedal pushed?, does the third brake light work if equipped?? buy a cheap test light and find out, let me know.

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Try taking a wire brush to all the ground wire ports on your vehicule specialy the ones in the rear of the vehicule sometimes rusty ground wires make very bad connections. if so when you are done put some grease on them to avoid future rust. hope this coul help you.

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The pt.s taillights wiring runs through the high window lights in the rear window ,if/when one or more of those lights actually blow up the tail lights will not work while the turn signals and running lights still burn   solved my "no brake lite" problem   jerry

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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