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2003 Nissan Altima Brake Lights Out

My 2003 Nissan Altima brake lights are out. While getting in the car (car not on) i heard a loud noise and then the car kinda jerked. This is the only thing i can think of when my brake lights stopped working. The top break light in the window still works. can anyone help. I know nothing about cars, is this something only a mechanic can fix? Please help before I pay Nissan 100$ just to find out what it is.

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    mechanic said it's the module or modular something like that , but they can't find the part,can someone help us??? what to do with it? will pay if we need too

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Try checking your bulbs its rare but seen them go out at the same time before sometimes from a electrical spike.keep me posted good luck

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