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1999 Ford Expedition brake lights

The brake lights are out on my expedition. We tested the bulbs, fuses and bought a new stop light switch. No luck. Any ideas?

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  • sboatner Sep 16, 2009

    The problem has been solved. It was the brake wires under the driver's side dash. Down where you replace the brake light (stop) switch.

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Broken power wire usually breaks at rear door harness flex point. Open outer casing & inspect for broken wire.

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