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Cant find the fuse for my brake lights on my 2002 ford explorer

Tried changing the bulbs on the brake lights... didnt work so now looking for the fuse and the diagram doesnt list it???

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If the third brake light works you will probably need a brake on off switch. the fuse panels on that truck are under the dash near the steering column and under the hood in the power distribution box. both of these panels are identified in the owners manuel.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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