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No juice to the third brake light in a 93 honda accord

All my brake lights work except the third light in the rear window. The bulb is good. The ground is good but there is no juice going to the fixture. Were is the right brake light sensor. I have a wiring diagram here but I can't find the fuse for the brake lights or the right brake light sensor.

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The right brake light sensor is located in the trunk area by the right rear taillight assembly.

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