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I need to know where to locate the fuse that operates the brake lights and turn signals on my 92 dodge dakota

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If i'm not mistaken there should be a fuse panel on the driver's side under neath the dash by the knee bolster...if not, then the passenger side, in the glove box.....if, not, under the hood....so check those areas...

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