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Brake lights don't work

I'm having problems with the brake light not working. The turn signals all work, the emergency flashers all work. I do not have a schematic and haven't been able to find one as of yet! Know of any quick fixes or checks I can do??

Thanks Harvey
dodge dosn't have fuses for brake lights, and the petal switch is fine. my brake lights don't work
I am having the same problem on my 2002 Dakota. All the lights work except the break lights.

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  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    Replace what switch? The 4-way switch?

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Toggle the 4 way flasher switch on and off a few times and see if that corrects problem, if it doesn't replace the switch.

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