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1999 Camry, no stop light. Fuse & bulbs ok

Everything else working fine, just no stop lights. Have replaced fuse and globes.
The obvious nest thing to check is the switch on brake pedal.
Anything else I need to look at?

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That switch should be your Problem. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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