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My Brake light in the dash stays on. I've checked the brake lights in the tail lights and the turning signals but that's not it. I drive the truck and it drives fine. as i drive the light turns on and off every time i step on the brake or let go of the gas.. help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Check your brake fluid level.If thats low then your light will come on and go off with the car moving the fluid about.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: right tail light goes out when stepping on brake

One of the filliments is probably burned out in the bulb.Replace the right tail light bulb.

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SOURCE: no tail lights

look for a blown fuse in your engine compartment fuse box. if you dont find one there then check the fuse panel in the dash under you column. it could be one of the larger feed fuses in the engine compartment fuse box so dont overlook those.

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