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Turning light and brake light do not work

Change the fuses and light blubs and still do not work

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    thank you i try it

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Battery may need replacing also have you altrnator checked out if your battery is 4 years or younger.

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Good Day.
Do you have turn signals? Have you checked the fuse? If you done that then I would start looking at the brake switch it's self. If you don't know were to fine it it's under the brake pedal. Let me know how you make out

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