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Brake lights are not working?

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2005-11-15 15:43:45
2005-11-15 15:43:45

Change them. If you do not know how, take them to a mechanic. It can be as simple as a fuse. If not, check brake light switch. The switch can be attached to the pedal under the dash or it can be attached to the hydraulic brake line, depending on your vehicle. It can also be a grounding problem, meaning that the ground wire to the tail lights can be broken, unplugged or there can be a bad connection to vehicle ground. It can also be the turn signal switch or wires leading to the turn signal swith.

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