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2001 Corolla S only brake lights in back do not work window does

I have checked every fuse and the lights themselves. The window mounted brake light is working. Wonder if I am legal with only the window brake light. Also, someone said to check the blue connection on the left of the lights and to see if it smells burnt. Smelt okay to me. HELP!!! Single and unemployed.

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Change the globes they may look alright but probably wont be or if you have a circit tester check to see if power getting to globe connecter but i reckon your globes

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