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Cars brake lights wont turn on when aye brake. checked fuse panel but no manual book to tell me which fuse is the brakes????

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First of all,try turning on your blinkers and check the rear lights.If they are working,it is not the fuse.Also try the hazards.If rear blinkers work but brake lights do not,it is probably the brake pedal sensor/switch.It usually is on the back of the brake pedal,a little higher up near the linkage.If you have any questions,reply to this and I will get an autolink to your post and will reply ASAP to go further.Good luck! Greg

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