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No tail lights.

I have turn singles I have brake lights but the lights wont dim after brake use

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Not posotive with your exact make and model, but their should be a switch directly above where the brake pedal rests normally. It will be a small switch. When you hit the brakes, the switch pops out, and then when it retracts, the pedal itself pushes the button down thus turning the lights off. It shouldn't be but $10 to $15 at the parts store, and installation shouldn't be more than a few screws, and the a small wiring harness clip.

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