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2003 Ford E-350 brake lights/hazards not working.

Have a 2003 Ford E-350 and the brake lights/hazards do not work. The third brake light, tail lights and indicators work though. All fuses and relays seem fine. Might have something to do with where the brake lamp relay pulgs in??

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