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No Brake lights-- Bulbs & Fuses ok, also no cyclops at all

Brake lights do not go on at all, turn lights, back-up and running lights all work fine. Bulbs and fuses good, The center light in the hatch does not light up at all.

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Hi my name is mike ! make sure with a test light that you have 0 power to the light back ther ,and if not then take a test light and check down by the brake pedal at the wires that go to the brake light switch ,check all of the wires for power and there may be more than one that has power to it ,do this without hitting the brake ,remember which wire or wires had power to them ,then hold the brake and one of the wires that didnt have power before holding the brake ,should have power to it now because when you hold the brake on it should close the brake light switch and send power to the lights ,if you dont have power coming through that switch when holding the brake pedal down ,then replace the switch .

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