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1988 turbo 2.2 lebron the brake lights went out, is there a switch or wire for the brake lights? I've already change the fuse under the steering wheel. Also the drain plug in truck is clog tried to use hanger to get drain didn't work any suggestions? Thank You

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    I'm sorry meant to say the hose that let water out of trunk.



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Switch for brake lights on the pedal ,drain engine coolant to renew?? take the bottom hose off its easier

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    could try a few drops of battery acid from a old battery down the rubber tube this should dissolve any mud and dead leaves ,here in spain we can buy agua fuerte ,its hydrocloric acid and it usefull for tinning solder as a flux although its meant for clearing drains and dried cement after ceramic tiling ,or just cut the end of the pipe as it has a fluted end to stop draughts but these things always get blocked like the AC outlet pipes .



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