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Brakelight does not work - 2005 Honda Element

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1. If only one of the 3 brake lights isn't working, replace that lamp.
2. If all 3 brake lights aren't working, AND THE HORN ISN"T WORKING, see page 216 of the 2005 Honda Element Owners Manual. Fuse #7 in the underhood fuse box, labelled horn/stop is probably blown. (Cruise control is also probably out).

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