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I have no break lights,ive replaced the break switch the fuse and bulbs, and still no lights.what else could be the problem?

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Check if there is power coming out from the FUSE, use a multi meter and check the voltage, use the positive tester for the FUSE and ground the negative to any expose metal in ur car! If there is power, 12V. Check the connectors and harness there might be a disconnection, and check also the terminal of the bulb socket for GROUNDiNG!
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You have a broken wire .good luck adrian.,,,,

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