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Lost brake lights and cruise

1989 Toyota pickup SR5
I lost brake lights and cruise. I've changed the brake light switch, checked bulbs, and checked fuses. I have 12v at the brake switch. Where else do I need to look??

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Have you 12 volts at the brakelight bulb holder?as with a lot of pickups the wires on the body get broke i would say a broken wire live/netural/ground good luck.adrian,,,,,,

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