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No brake lights

I have checked fuse under dash it is good also i have changed the brake switch under the pedal and i still have no brake lights. is there another fuse somewhere??? need help.

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Check your bulbs

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Check to see if the wiring harness has come loose under the rear of the vehicle . So be located behind the rear bumper

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