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My brake light was out changed tha blub. It still is not working but tha signal and running lights work

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This may be a problem with the relay or the switch that goes to the brake pedal. Do a physical inspection. For the relay you may want to swap identical relays also found in the relay box under the hood to isolate the issue.

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