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2000 Sebring has no brake lights

We have replaced bulbs, fuses seem fine, have looked for a short. Any ideas?

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It will not be a short a short would either blow fuses, cause fire, or leave the lights on all the time. I would say that the brake switch at the pedal will be your issue

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