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None of my brake lights are working, but the taillights do work. Would this be a fuse issue or something else

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Make sure the switch at the bottom of the brake pedal is not bad. Pull a bulb out of the tail light have someone use a volt meter, while you press the brake, check to see if you have voltage at the pig tail.

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