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Top brake light working, other two not check bulbs fine fuses fine?

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Look under the rear bumper for broken wiring. The brake pedal works so the problem should be under there. A small 12 volt tester with a sharp end to stick in wires is cheap at the auto parts store. Just put something heavy on the brake pedal and start away from the bulb assembly getting closer as you go. .

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