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If the highmount brake light is working but the brake lights are not working what is wrong?

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2010-01-20 02:14:24
2010-01-20 02:14:24

It is the brake light switch. The 3rd light has a different switch. GoodluckJoe

you can check under neith the bed for fire where they come together. if ther is fire it is the circuit board where your lights go. if there is no fire then its gonna be in the turn signal switch

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