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I am trying to locate which fuse is for the back brake lights for at 1997 nissan sentra

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Look under the leftside by your feet

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1st check the fuse box. The corresponding fuse for that set of lights could be blown. If so, replace it with one of the same voltage.

If its not blown, next check all the light bulbs and terminals to their sockets. (With the light swithed off...checking solder or crimp connectors for breaks or corrosion)

If these are good, it might be a short in the wires to the lights. That is best fixed by a mechanic.

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Look below the dash on the driver's side. Locate the fuse box, and remove the cover. The fuse should be labled with a diagram on the cover. Pull it out (sometimes they provide you with a fuse puller in that fuse box). Look at the metal lead inside. If it is broken in the middle. Replace the fuse

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Every car is different. I'd suggest you check your owners manual, or take it into your local Nissan dealer.

There might be something in the trunk like a cover into the light. If you can, have someone step on the brake pedal, and you watch for any light shining through the back of the trunk (by the lights).

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This could be the problem http://z31.com/repairs/brakepedal/ different car same problem i just fixed my sentra based on that link.

Here is where to order the parts to fix it yourself.

http://www.courtesyparts.com/betasite/stopper-rubber-p-365646.html



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