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Brake lights is this the way the bulbs go from top to bottom... 3157, 3157, 3057 in the assembly? Cant get the brake lights to work. Thanks,

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    I have replaced the stop light switch next to the brake pedal and check all the fuses and still can not get any of my brake lights to work.

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There is a metal tab that makes a contact for power to all three bulbs. Remove the taillight assembly and check the contact.

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