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2002 Montana, both brake lights stopped working but the light bar on the hatch is still good. Any suggestions

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The working light bar reveals that the brake switch is working, and the fuse is good. Check the bulbs, they are probably burned out. If not the bulbs, then the wire that goes from one side to the other may have failed.

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