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My brake lights aren't working.
The first thing to check for is any blown fuses for the brake lights. The brake light switch gets power from the a fuse and then sends power into the brake light fuse and the turn signal module. Power from the switch would need to be checked to see if a fuse or switch is bad. I recommend you have a mechanic like one from YourMechanic inspect your brake lights for you.
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