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MY RIGHT BRAKE LIGHT DOES NOT WORK CHANGE OUT THE WHOLE LIGHT AND THE BULB WHAT COULD IT BE

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It could very well be the brake light switch that is behind the brake pedal. It may have broken wires or a shorted switch.

Posted on Aug 31, 2010

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