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Stop lights do not work

While out and about I was told that my brake/stop lights do not work. The fuse is fine as are the bulbs. I figure there must be a faulty switch somewhere, but where ?

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Had the same problem with mine - check the relay switch located behind your break pedal - thats where my problem was - hope it helps

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