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Electrical problems my brake lights nor my signal lights work on my car do any one know wat i should dew

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Check all your fuses. Chances are you blew one.

Good luck to you.

SIncerely,

jC

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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Since the rear brake lights and signal lights are on the same circuit, I'd be looking for a common problem and start with the fuse. A voltmeter is really helpful in tracing the "flow" of power from where you know you have it, to where it has to get to.
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