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Brake lights My 2005 dodge neon's brake lights and right turn signal don't work. We have checked all fuses and bulbs they are all good. Any ideas?

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    no turn signals or brake lights fuses are all good

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Check your emergency flasher switch... if it located on the column it could have been "hit" and is inbetween the on and off location, this will cause the turn signals and break lights to malfunction

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