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We had no head lights.. so changed switch..

Now we have no brake lights, parking lights and fog lights

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Fuse problem, look for a defective fuse, on inside cab, driver side front floor fuse box, look for a broken burned fuse, look for pedal assembly brake switch sort circuit, or at jeep's tail for any loose wire touching grown and causing problem

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