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All stoplights in Audi A4 are not working; is this a costly electrical issue to repair?

All stoplights are out in my Audi A4 sedan. The mechanic says it must be an electrical issue. Do you agree? Will this be costly (>$500) to repair?

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I got the same problem. check the brake switch, it might need replacement.

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