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No break light at all

My break lights will not come on when im on the breakes, bulbs look good and so is the fuse, any ideas before i spend 100 bucks to get a diagnostic

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Chances are that the problem is because of a bad brake light switch. the switch is located on the brake pedel arm. if you look at the flate part of the brake pedel that you push, follow it up about 6 inches and you will find a little square box with wires going to it. the box just pulls out from behind the pedel.

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