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1997 Jeep grand cherokee

The brake lights wont go on when peddel is pressed. the bulb is good .

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Sounds like your brake light switch needs to be replaced.  It is attached to the brake pedal and should cost you around $20 from an auto parts store.  If the fuses and bulbs are good there is a 99% chance it is the brake light switch.  Hope this helps!  Thanks for an honest rating and for using FixYa.

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Did you check the fuse? ("Stop and Turn").
Do the turn signals work?

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