Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure the bulb socket are clean. if they are corroded use electronics cleaner to remove corrosion and rust. check the grounds to make sure they have a good connection. get a test light or volt meter and a helper to step on the brake pedal check for voltage at the socket. check the wires to make sure the wires are ok and not broken.
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