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94 toyota previa brake lights not illuminating

All fuses are good,all bulbs just changed,tail lights work but
brake lights don't illuminate when brake is pressed

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  • Anonymous Jan 24, 2009

    BULBS WORK CANT FIND ASSEMBLY

  • altinewey Feb 21, 2009

    have done this along with bulbs and fuses still not working

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Or dash board will not illuminate when head lights are on

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CHECK THE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH UNDER THE BRAKE PEDAL

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