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1996 Silverado. All 3 brake lights don't work. Flashers do.

Fuses have all been checked good. Bulbs work--because flashers work. Trailer plug mimicks the truck issue. Under the hood fuse box--we swapped the brake relay with the identical AC relay--no change. Switch on the brake pedal is very hard to access--doesn't seem likely that would be issue.

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I would check it,seems u have an open circuit,switch not working,broken wire or corroded elect.connector.

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