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All break lights out, I have replaced break light switch at peddle, no success, fuse good....help

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If there are more then two wires draw your self a diagram, tag the wires with masking tape, and number them. Please be aware that you could blow a fuse if you touch the wire ends to any metal parts of your truck.

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