Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
Assuming you checked the fuses and bulbs.....check the brake pedal switch just up from the footpedal itself. Make sure the adjuster hasnt slipped up and is no longger connecting to the pedal which makes the lights come on. Be sure your bulbs are good and check the fuses with a continuity tester. Some fuses can look good and be bad. If none of this works check for voltage at the bulbs and work your way back toward the cab. You may have a cut wire.
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