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Brake light does not work but taillight does even after changing the bulb

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Check switch at the brake pedal.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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  • 4 Grasp the taillight assembly horizontally on the left and right. Slowly pull the assembly toward you and away from the truck's frame. Use care while you're pulling the taillight assembly as there will still be wiring connected to it. Once the assembly is away from the frame lay it down on the bumper.
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