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Cruise control brakelights stopped working

Where are the fuses for these & would this be the problem

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What model and make vehicle? It could just be a fuse. It could be a Body Control Module and sometimes a computer short. Try fuses first by typing in your year and model and you should be able to locate the fuses or in your owners handbook. Sometimes there are two boxes , one under the dash or to the side and one in the engine compartment.

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