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Which fuse is for the brake light?

I know where the fuses are at. just need to know which fuse is for the brake light. Thanks

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On the back of the fuse cover, or the owners manual should show where the fuse is.
If the fuse is good, check the brake light switch, which is under dash, near the top of the brake pedal, might be bad, or the button is stuck in.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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