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Ok i bought a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager and the brake lights don't work we replaced the fuses, the switch, and the light bulbs so what could be the problem?

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YOU MAY HAVE A BAD GROUND. MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS POWER GOING TO THE SWITCH. IF NOT RUN YOUR OWN POWER WIRE WITH AN INLINE FUSE TO THE SWITCH. TRY THE BRAKES AND SEE, TRY THIS GOOD LUCK

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