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Where the brake lamp attatches to is called a tail lamp assembly,some call it a rear light module,they are sold in pair and they do fail,you did the brake switch and the combination switch,either the wire is disconnected some how or the lamp assemby both side failed,
That does not make any sense. Do the tail lights work? There are supposed to be separate filaments for brake lights, tail lights, and turn signals. In particular the center brake light should not be possible to be confused with tail lights or signals. Does it come on? If not, then you probably have no brake lights at all, and that is probably because of the bad fuse or the switch on the brake pedal for the brake lights. If there is some sort of cross over between tail light and brake lights, that is usually from a bad light socket ground; which results in current backing up from one system to another. But then each is usually only half brightness.
I've worked on these the first drove me crazy. its the turn signal switch every thing runs thru these. head lights, turn signal, brakes. except the third brake light. it runs directly from the brake switch. go figuare
CHECK THE LIGHT YOU CHANGEIT IF THEY SEE FINE AND THE FILAMENT IS INTACT CHEK THE CONECTCION PLUG OF THE BRAKE LIGHT AND WITH A SCREW TRY TO CLEAN THE CONECTION ARE SOMETIMES WITH THE CONSTACT USE GETS A LITTLE BIT RUSRTY BUT NOTHING IMPORTANT