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No brake lights. checked fuse brake switch wire connections.

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Should just be a bad brake switch on the pedal (or could just need adjusted but probably not). remove switch and see if continuity from one terminal to the other changes from open to closed when you depress the plunger on the switch manually (a general multimeter that measures ohms can do this)

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