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1996 Monte Carlo brake lights arent' working.. i changed to brake switch and bulbs. Checked fuses, OK... Help!

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The brake light signal goes through the turn signal switch. Be sure that you have power coming out of the brake switch on the WHITE WIRE if you do, the turn signal switch may be bad, but I would have a repair shop confirm that its bad, before replacement.

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