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I have a 1996 Nissan Pathfinder on which the rear brake lights stopped working. I tested the bulbs, and all three work for other functions eg back up, turn signal, and running lights. the thrid brake light in the top center of the rear window works normally. I checked all the fuses and they appeared to be fine. Any ideas on further trouble shooting?

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Switch at the brake pedel or loose earth at the loom on brake lights. hope this helps ( rate me thanks )

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

  • georgesfares Jan 13, 2011

    under the pedal you have a switch that turns on lights you must change it it coast 10$ not more.

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