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2003 Nissan Maxima: L/R Break Lights Fail - Middle light works

2003 Nissan Maxima:
Left and right brake lights fail. Middle/RearWindow brake light works. All other tail lights including both blinkers work fine.

Note: When I depress the brake pedal, I hear/feel a click at the gear shift lever.

I have replaced both bulbs. I have checked the front dash fuse panel and they are not blown.

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If the fuse and bulbs are OK, check the wire connections and adjuts of the brake pedal switch.

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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