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No brake lights and i already changed the bulbs. for a 1984 d150

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It could be a blown fuse or a loose earth wire somewhere in the loom

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Look for the fuse to the brake lights and then check the wiring and brake light switch above the brake pedal.

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Before you did the lamp change you could have measured the voltage at the point of brake application. Now if present then check if the rear lamp assembly gets the ground connection.
if absent the brake light switch is faulty. Check the voltage at the switch point.
Also check the brake lamp fuse on the fuse box under the dashboard.

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