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Stop lights? How do I know if my brake wiring harness is bad?(2003 Dodge Durango)

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First thing, make sure the fus is not blown. Then, If you look at the area where the brake pedal arm meets the firewall, there will be a connector that attaches to the pedal with two wires. If you un-plug this connector and use a wire to go across the terminals, you can check to see if the brake lights are on. If they come on with the wire in place, your problem is the switch. If not, it is a problem with the wiring. Let me know if this helps :)

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