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The high mount third brake light is on a different circuit then the regular low mount lights. Chances are the problem lies at the brake light switch, the switch connector may be defective or the switch may be defective. Use a 12 volt test light (about $5.00 at auto parts store) to test the switch (above the brake pedal arm), you should light the test light on one side of the switch and both sides when the brake is pressed.
Posted on May 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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