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2006 f150 no brake lights is there a fuse and where is it

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No fuse!! system is equipt with a brake light switch (sensor) follow brake pedal about 1' there is a black rectangle switch disconnect and remove cotton pin that's your switch, try tapping it a bit and reinstall that worked for me, careful remember witch way you disconnect electronic plug faces to center consol. Goood luck

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There is a fuse, probably under the hood, it also might not be the fuse.

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