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98 intrepid i just got a 98 intrepid and i got pulled over for my brake lights being out. I checked the fuse and replaced all 4 bulbs in the back and they still don't work and i cant figure it out. How do i get them working

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See if you have a switch at brake pedal & test if so. Power one side all the time, power other side when brakes applied.

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