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Brake lights won.t work can not get any electrial power

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If you have checked the fuse, and it is good, the next thing to check is the actual brake light switch. It is mounted to the brake pedal arm, near the top. It is a common fail item. It is held in place with a pin and a clip, and the electrical connector. It isn't expensive, and can be checked with a meter too, Hope this helps!

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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