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1993 frod escort lx, when i turn the head lights on the rear right brake light will not work.

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stick your head behind the fusebox, you will see the switch as come out slighty of its clip, simply push it back in a couple of clicks and then watch the plunger in the switch as you push the pedal, ideally get someone to watch the brake lights to make sure they come on at the correct time (not too soon or late)

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