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My brake lights work intermitenly .i went after the corrosion on the post but when i took the fuse box off theres 3 wires connected to nothing and they are corroded ,looking for a diagram

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Corrosion on post? Check your brake light switch. It's usually somewhere on the arm of the pedal near the pivot pin.. also possible corrosion at bulb sockets?

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