Question about 2002 Dodge Stratus
Checked fuses and replaced bulbs, all ok but they are still out
U will need either a small DC volt meter or a 12 volt test light, the test light is the best choice and is avail at any auto parts store for about $5, the brake switch is located at the top of the arm the brake pedal is attached to, find a good ground for the test light ( un painted body sheet metal or a dash brace) and then touch the 2 terminals of the switch, the test light will light at one terminal, then press the brake pedal, the test light should light at both terminals, if it doesn't light then u need either a new switch or to repair the wiring at the switch, if no light at either terminal you have a power supply issue to the brake switch and it will need to go to a shop for diagnosis of the problem
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