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Break light aren't working and its not a fuse

Turn signals do work

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Look at the top of your brake pedal and you will see at switch with 2 wires LG/RD and LG. usually one of the wires will brake there at the connector or the switch itself could be bad. Get a 12v test light and check for voltage to the switch and voltage thru it when depressing the pedal.

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There is a brake light switch on the top of the pedal that has gone bad

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