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1998 monte carlo brake lights will not work. Directional light ok and middle rear window brke lights work. Stop light fuse ok.

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  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2008

    try holding back on the turn switch. it happen to me be for. if your going to change the switch by your self. make shure you have a few hours free.

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I have the same problem,it's the switch inside the turn signal assembly.Unfortunately the entire assembly switch and all has to be replaced.
Hope this helps.

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