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Brakes dont work checked fuses and the little button behind the pedal

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  • steve fenwick May 21, 2011

    are you talking about the brake lights or the actual brakes?

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Is there power to the fuse??and is there power on one side of the brake light switch??? if so you may want to check the bulbs....Hope this helps???

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