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2000 Mercury Mountaineer tail lights work, but brake lights not working? High mount brake light is working.

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Do you have a trailer harness hookup on the back? Sometimes the wire get corrosion in the plugins and cause what you are talking about. I would try unhooking them first.

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SOURCE: tail lights work, but brake lights do not???

you can try the brake light switch.. it is located under dash ..follow the brake pedal up you will see a switch ... unplug wires and use a paper clip or piece of wire to to jump... if brake light comes on replace switch.....

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YOU MAY NEED A LIGHT FAILURE SENSOR WHICH IS LOCATED IN THE TRUNK ON THE DRIVERS SIDE

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make sure u have put the right bulbs in. rear brake lamps are dual filament....

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SOURCE: 1999 camry trunk lid & high mount brake lights all inop...

Hi,

The jiggle method is not enough you have to look at the wires. I just did and I found out that all six wires were broken close to the splice. That splice is located close to the back seat.

Hope it hepls.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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