Q: Q: Brake lights not working

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The 2 side lights on the brake strip light aren't working. The 3rd light "is" working. (That's the brake light switch, isn't it?) The headlight bulbs are working too. I changed the bulbs on all of them, but I still don't have brake lights. Should I try the fuse next?

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