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No brake lights on mazda 626.fuses are good, bulbs are good and theres power to brake light switch.would it be the switch

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IF POWER AT THE BRAKE SWITCH.SWITCH IS FAULTY.IF NO POWER AT BRAKE SWITCH.YOU HAVE A BROKEN WIRE FROM THE FUSE BOX CIRCUIT TO THE BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH.

Posted on Oct 02, 2010

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Sounds like it to me since everything else is good

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