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My 2000 Grand Voyager lost all the brake lights at the same time. The fuses are all good and so are the bulbs. I don't know what to do now any ideas???

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Have your Brake Light Switch checked or you can remove it and replace. When you press the brakes the pedal arm activates the Brake Switch (saying connection full, turn on) But your has malfunctioned or broke inside. These are $35 approx. Just look under you brake pedal and you will see it sitting at the pedal arm.

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It is most likely the brake sensor switch.Most are located on or near the brake pedal up high by the linkage.Good luck!Greg

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