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I have a 1997 dodge intrepid my brake lights are not working but the tail lights are so which bulb is the brake light , the one one on right or left.

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First of all do you have a third brake light and does it work???? you could have a bad brake light switch turn on the head lights check all rear lamps then put on the 4 way flashers and check the bulbs the ones that dont light should be the brake lights or replace the tail lights they should be double fillament

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