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No brake lights in tailight assm. 3rd brake light works correct

Both turn signals works fine power going thru brake switch, but not back to junction plug at tail lights. Were do'es the power go from brake light switch. Thanks

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It goes straight from the switch to the tail light circuit
make sure you don't have a bad tail light socket

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