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I was trying to hook up trailer lights and i thought i blew a fuse to my brakes because i had done that before but i checked all my fuses and they where fine bulbs fine also

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  • cheryl powers May 11, 2010

    So is the problem in your brake lights or the trailer

  • ben5bauer May 11, 2010

    your breaks stopped working?

  • marcial adorno
    marcial adorno May 11, 2010

    so what is the problem you need help with?

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Check the brake light switch mounted at the top of brake pedal

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