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Brake lights do not work. All other back lights work. Hatch brake light works

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Brake light switch is probably bad. Had the same problem on my truck. This is located just above the brake pedal. If you crawl under dash area with a flashlight and push the brake by hand you should be able to see the brakeswitch being actuated. On my F150 it was a 5 minute job.

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