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I have a jeep cherokee 1987 ,6 cilinders....brake lights don't work.......put new ones......still don't work......change the fusie(10 amp)..still don't work......changing the fusie under the brake pattle...lights still don't work...what else can be wrong with it???

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Brake light switch,above the brake pedal check this with a test light and make sure you have power there if so then replace the switch.

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