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1995 F-350 Brake lights wont light up when you hit the brakes checked all the fuses and they are good normal running lights work any suggestions

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  • battleforce9 Jun 22, 2009

    already checkd the bulbs and the wire all good I'm wondering if it is a brake swithc

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Check the bulbs to make sure both fillaments are intact on the rear of your vehicle also look at the wiring to ensure it is intact with no damage . Hopefully it's just faulty bulbs good luck

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  • jrnbudd Jun 22, 2009

    that's a good possibility good luck solving it:)

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