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Why would the brake lights not work on an F-150?

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2004-10-17 21:17:29
2004-10-17 21:17:29

Either a fuse is blown (which I doubt)both bulbs,blown(which I doubt)or the turn-signal harness that runs through the steeing column.OR the Brake Light Switch that the Brake pedal operates that is under the dash.

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