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1992 Dakota brake lights work running lights don't. What's the problem there?

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Hi Nate:
They are on a different circuit.
Brakes, signals, and emergency flashers are typically on one circuit.
The running lights are usually controlled by the same switch as your headlights. Check the function of the switch, and also for any disconnected wires. Double check your fuses.
Hope this helps.

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