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Brake lights are not coming on and all bulbs are ok?

I have checked all bulbs and there is no problem there. Can it be the fuse? And if so which number fuse is it? I do not have a owner's manuel.

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That guy is lame. check fuse #18 (10A and it is red) it is for the taillights and fuse #25 is for the stop lights (15A witch i think is blue) if they are not burned still replace them cause they can be burned without looking blown. if that does not fix the prob look under the dash and find the brake pedal and follow the arm it is attached to all the way up tell you find a switch that is the switch that engages the brake lights it may be bad also.

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It sound like the fuse. just look at your fuse and you will beable to see the buned fuse ok good luck

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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