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Brake lights not working tried new bulbs and fuses and still no lights 1999 ford explorer sport

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    Replace your brake light switch.

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Test your brake-light switch, for power in and power out. If you have your other lamps then the ground is fine.

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I dont know much about ford....but yeah the switch could be bad.....

"if you dont know where the switch is look under the dash....in some cars the brake switch is mounted on the pedal.....or just simply under the dash.........good luck XD

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