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I have no brake lights. it is not the fuse.what could it be

I have no brake lights the fuse is fine what else could it be

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  • jadalin_23 Jan 27, 2009

    the third brake light is also out

  • May 11, 2010

    Have you tried the obvious solution of new lamps? My Saturn had no brake lights either (tail lights were fine), and it was simply that both bulbs needed to be replaced.

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It could be as simple as bad taillamp bulbs, a poor ground or a failed brakelight switch. The brake light switch is usually under the brake pedal. If this doesn't fix it you have either a failed relay or an open in the line (circuit).

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