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No brake lights, recently we had issues with the brakes after 1600 bucks trying to fix them they stop just fine but are squishy and feel like there are no brakes. now we also have no brake lights, changed the fuse and the rear bulbs all work but no lights.

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Check your brake light switch see if you have power in and out when you press on brake pedal if no power bad switch, if top middle brake light work's, you'll need the turn signal switch, brake light circuit run throw switch .

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