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Both brake lights are not working. Could it be a

Both brake lights are not working. Could it be a wiring issue or would it be just light bulbs burnt out?

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Could be a bad fuse,brakelight switch, bulbs or wiring

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Blown fuse ,bad headlight switch,or wiring issue.
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HOW MANY BULBS ARE IN THE REAR LIGHTS (SUCH AS FOR PARKING, REVERSE, BRAKE). IF WARNING LIGHT ON PANEL IS ONE, WOULD I SEE A BURNT OUT BULB?


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