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Where is brake light fuse on 06 jeep commander

Blinkers,lights work just have no brake lights. I have no idea where the fuse is located. Thank you Ginger

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Should be under dash or kick panle driver side if you have a owners manule it will tell you wich fuse it is with out having to try to read it down there all bent over or on your back.

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have you checked the bulb sockets to see if they are burnt or corroded sometime i see that the plastic melts around the contacts where the socket twists into the housing. if your lucky you might get away with replacing just the socket for the brake/running light bulb. but if it is too melted your most likely going to need a new housing

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