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Brake and signal lights not working in rear front flash quickly I tried to jump to ground thinking ground was lost still no fix bang it once and it worked then stopped again want to repair it permantly

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I just had the same problem. there is a clip that connects the right and left lights. It is under the truck in the rear. Disconnect it and clean in then see if they work.

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Well if your brake lights are not working try the stop switch

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