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I have a 1993 jeep Cherokee country that all the lights work but at night my brake lights are non-responsive in the day time they are fine but as soon as i turn my headlights on the brake lights stop working any ideas?

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It sounds like a a bad relay. See if there is a separate relay for the taillight/stoplights and swap it with another relay to see if there is any change.

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