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Brake Lights My brake lights won't come on...All bulbs have been replaced...And the brake lights still won't work...I've checked all the fuses as well and they are all good...So what am I missing? Please help...

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Brake light switch above the brake pedal. should have two wires and a spring loaded plunger should be easy to find and cost around 15 dollars

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