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No brake lights or emergency flashers. Changed

No brake lights or emergency flashers. Changed bulbs and fuses good.

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Try adjusting the brake light switch on the brake pedal.

The flashers have a relay in the circuit, test it and see what you get . The flasher switch may be the culprit also. By pass the switch with a pair of jumper wires and see if flashers work.

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