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2006 Mazda 3 Hatch brake lights not working

I have a 2006 Mazda 3 Hatch and none of the brake lights work. The general lights work when I turn them on, but when I apply the brake, nothing happens. I've checked the fuses, and all three lights and no breaks on any of the elements. Could this be a brake switch problem?

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Ur breask switch may be not working or wire is loose....also check ur globes,,,,some globes carry 2 functions.....normal light and brake light,,,,,so i assume you brake light globes need checking

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