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What do you do if the brake lights are not working on a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer?

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2018-04-27 15:50:52
2018-04-27 15:50:52

If locks have also stopped locking automatically, then you will have to change the brake switch located on the brake pedal. Go to a local auto shop and pick one up. It is easy to replace. Just look how the original is mounted, it is not too complicated.

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