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Any one knows how to connect break lights

I need help on connecting my break lights on to my 3rd break light because thats the only one that seems to work when i press on my breaks

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    marcos cortes Feb 18, 2009

    i went to the shop and its not the bulb nor the fuse neather the break switch and i just have given up

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Try checking all the fuses first.
then check all the bulbs, those bulbs have two filaments in there, one for taillights, and one for the brake. some times they go bad.
don't start tearing apart a bunch of wires when the answer can be something simple.

thanks jeff

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Have you replaced break light bulbs on both sides of the car   they may be wired threw one another  so if  u loose one  you could loose both  some times  just one or the other bulbs is burnt out

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