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2000 Jeepgrand Cherokee,has no brake lights, bulbs are good

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  • Richard Scordino May 25, 2010

    fuse good? switch have power and working? check the body control module? Outside part of bulb sockets grounded properly?


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Replace switch at the top of the brake pedal

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