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1999 ford350 heavy duty van no brake lights will not come out of park checked all fuses

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This sounds like a bad brake light switch, this switch is located where the brake pedal is, look at the arm of the pedal there you will see the switch replace it this is simple to do, also check the connector to the switch, make sure the wires are not broken from the connector, hope this helps.

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Check switch above brake pedal. Remove connector from switch and short the connector by putting a paperclip into both terminals.
If this turns your brakes on, adjust or replace the switch.
If this does not turn your brake lights on, check the brake light relay under the hood. The relay should click when the brake switch cable is shorted. If you have more questions, please reply.

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