Q: Brake lights not working

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The brake lights in my vehicle are not working.

The stop lamp switch most likely failed and is not making contact internally. The switch may need to be adjusted or replaced. I recommend seeking a technician, such as one from YourMechanic, to come and test your vehicle’s brake lights and have this repaired for you.

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