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My 1998 plymouth Voyager lost both brake lights but not center lt

I lost both brake lights but have parking and high center mount brake light. I changed bulbs and fuses look good. I also hanged brake interceptor switch under brake pedal still no brake lights wha else can it be.

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CHECK ALL THE GROUND LEADS TO THE LIGHTS AND CHECK FOR CORROSION

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    Ralph Abell Jan 20, 2009

    CHECK ALL THE GROUND LEADS TO THE LIGHTS AND CHECK FOR CORROSION

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