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My brake light is not working and it is not the bullib or fuiss.

I checked the light and fusis they are ok

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Have you checked the brake switch to see if it has power going in and coming out ?
If it does the problem could be the turn signal switch.

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SOURCE: I have a jeep cherokee 1987 ,6 cilinders....brake

brake light switch,above the brake pedal check this with a test light and make sure you have power there if so then replace the switch.

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