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Is there a separate fuse for brake lights only?

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  • meteorman56 Feb 05, 2010

    the tail lights work and the trailer brake controller also works.

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No , it comes with parking light or with horn.
what problem you have?

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I don't believe so, alot of times the fuse for the hazard lights will cause the tail and brake lights not to work.

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  • Shea Jones Feb 05, 2010

    Ok then your bulbs are two strand bulbs. One strand is lit up for your tail lights and the other for your brake lights. I suggest new bulbs.

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