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My brake lights don't work on my tail lights,window light works

Brake lights on tail lights don't work. Checked power and have no power to them. Checked fuse box fuses are ok. Have a problem with the 4 ways not working also. Is there a connection between then? Is there a switch or harness I in back of the steering wheel I need to replace?

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2004 pontiac grand prix my brakes lights don't work and my signal lights don't work

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Under the dash board, up behind the brake pedal mounted on a bracket, is the brake switch, that might be bad.

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