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Both low brake lights are out, top one working

I think the brake light switch need replacing, I know its in the REM fuse box but dont know which one it is

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The problem you're having with your brake light is very commond with your car, to solve this problem you need to replace the relay on the left hand side of the panel(first from top) and this panel is located on the driver side in the trunk. these relays are all the same.Good luck

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