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Brake Lights Out, Replaced the bulbs and fuse,

Brake Lights Out, Replaced the bulbs and fuse, still does not work on Chevrolet Trailblazer LT

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Brake light switc faulty

Posted on May 27, 2010

  • kidxo Jun 15, 2011

    hey jim_rgc i have the same problem but i already replaced my switch checked fuses and lights also wiggled the multy switch while pressing the brake pedal and still nothing any ideas for me any help would be greatfully aprech.

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