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Brake lights out

Brake lights aren't working, we've checked the fuse and replaced the bulbs but they still don't work. How can we fix this?

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  • kimdouglas15 Mar 10, 2009

    I have the same problem. I was wondering how hard is it to replace the socket? I want to do it myself isf possible.

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First try the sockets the lights go into. I they are brown or black around the edges they are toast. They are cheap, about 2.00 each. If that doesn't work unfortunately it could be the circuit boards. You can buy aftermarket lights and circuit boards from ebay for 100.00 a pair so don't pay the dealer 200.00 each. They work great for me.

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