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2005 Chevy Colorado 2wd Brake Light Problems plz help!!

I replaced the two fuses (rear park lamp & rear park lamp 2) neither looked blown, replaced them anyway, as well as the bulbs, still nothing, The brake lamp on the cabin works, but my brake lamps don't. Taillights work, just not the rear brake lamps, help please!

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Check the ground from the rear lights...

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Check the wiring and ground. If nothing there is wrong, check the connectors on the actual lights and the light bulbs themselves. That's all that I can think of that could be wrong.

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