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2004 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab: The brake lights wont light up at the rear of the truck and the Center High Mounted Stop Light wont turn off.

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Change the brake light bulbs. When the switch goes bag the bulbs will sometimes give out from being on all the time. Did the high mount brake light go out?

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Im having the same issue on my 04 Quad Cab Dakota. Changed out the brake light switch but still no brake lights. You have any luck ?

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