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My break lights are not working in my 1999 Chevy lumina LS, the mount back light is working but the two back break lights are not. The blinkers work. What to do?

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Check the bulbs and then check the wiring to make sure one of the wires has not been pinched or cut. The problem has to be somewhere between the mount light and the taillights

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

  • okram1500 Jul 08, 2011

    Check the multifuctional turn signal switch, same thing happened on my 1997 monte carlo.

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