Question about 1984 Ford Mustang
Have a look at the top of the brake pedal under the dash is a switch. It has 2 wire connections. connect these 2 wires together and see if the brake lights operate. If they do the switch is at fault. If not there is a wiring problem. You'll need a multimeter or test lamp to check if you are receiving power to the switch and to test the wiring from the switch to the lights.
Test for leaks using carb cleaner. Spray where you suspect a leak may be. You will notice the engine rpm changing.
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