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2000 ford expedition brake lights dont work sometimes , when you pump the brakes hard they come on

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Seems lie you have an electrical problem
why don't you take the light off and make sure everything is plugged in real good if that don't work maybe it is the bulb itself having a fault in it, may have to change the bulb. I hope this helps

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It sounds like you need to replace the Brake Switch which is located on your brake pedal and sends a signal when you apply the brakes to the brake lights.

Posted on May 28, 2010

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