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Signal lights and brake lights and speedometer not working

Not working when brake is depressed

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Hi Anonymous, you probably have a bad connection somewhere. you are going to need to check all connections in the turn signal and brake light circuits for breaks, corrosion or loose pin connectors. For a free wiring diagram please visit the website below:
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