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Both brake lights out

My 2004 Pontiac Grand Prixs brake lights both just stopped working. I don't even know where to begin! ANY help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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The brake light switch needs to be checked for adjustment or if its shorted out. Its mounted and a bracket ajacent to your brake pedal

Posted on May 30, 2009

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    The brake light switch needs to be checked for adjustment or if its shorted out. Its mounted and a bracket ajacent to your brake pedal

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There may be a loose contact of light wires or they may be fused.plz chek it out

Posted on May 30, 2009

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