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Stop lites out but stop lite in back window works. Blinkers and hazard work. The fuse box contents do not match the fuse box diagram. Only think I noticed is that the ABS light does not come on at all since I have no stop lites. Someone said there are two circuits in the brake pedal switch. Is this correct? I checked all bulbs and fuses. I would really like to double check the ABS fuse before I have the switch checked and replaced.

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An easy way to test the switch is to jumper the wires together. If the brake lights come on you know the switch is bad. If not, then you have to look elsewhere in the system to solve the problem.

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