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No brake lights

The one in the window works but the rest do not changed bulds changed fuse still not working

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  • qf1963 Jul 26, 2009

    where is my brake light switch can you help me thanks

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    Michael Canto May 11, 2010

    Do the electric windows work at the respective doors?

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Replace the brake switch as the one in the back glass is not on the same circuit.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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    honeymokey Jul 29, 2009

    The switch is just above the brake pedal.

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In the TRUNK there is a WIRING HARNESS that Leads To the REAR Lights, and In this Harness are the Wires for ALL Lights Including BRAKE LIGHTS, I Have Seen The PLUG that is In the Trunk Get Corroded and Cause Failure of Lights. Be them Brakes,Tail Lights Reverse Lights they are ALL In this Harness, Sometimes One can Simply UNPLUG and PLUG it Back in And this Fixes it Sometimes you must CLEAN With SPRAY ELECTRICAL Parts CLEANER. The Light in Window is Sometimes Sent to the Rear by Way of Different Harness, I Do KNOW that this Almost Has to be in the Trunk. Hope this Helps you!!!

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