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No brake light when depressing the brake pedal

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Check Fuse, Check brake light switch which is under the dash at the brake pedal. Has two wires going into it check for 12 volts on both wires when pedal is depressed if not on both then replace switch. Check bulbs, and sockets, and wiring.

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