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It is not uncommon for police cruisers to have a cut-off switch for tail and signal lights (brake light part)so that the lights can be switched off if an officer sees someone (in a stolen car) that has just passed him that he wants to stop without giving away his move. Even though the brake part of the lights are only affected, the wiring over 10yrs might be shorted at that switch or junction. When the car was sold the switch, whether removed or still there, was probably buried under the dash and has loosened or shorted against some metal part. Check under the dash to see if there are wires grouped together that have come loose or a switch taped up that is in need of repair.

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