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Brake lights dont work

2001 honda civic brake lights dont work when brake is depressed. Fuses all look good. Sockets and wiring look good as far as I can tell. Have replaced brake switch. Still nothing.

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Check if you have electrical current at brake light switch.If not go back to checking the fuses and plugs.

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