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What do you need to do if both your brake lights are out in the rear of your 1998 Ford Coutour but your rear window light works the fuse and both lights are good and the signal and driving light work?

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2005-11-26 23:59:39
2005-11-26 23:59:39

your brake light switch is probably out

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