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Q: No brake lights

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I have no brake lights.

A: Failed brake lights can be caused by many t...

Failed brake lights can be caused by many things. The problem can be as simple as the need for new bulbs, to more complex wiring problems, or a need for a new stoplight switch. I would recommend having a professional technician, such as one from YourMechanic, look at the vehicle to diagnose your brake light issue and make the appropriate repairs.

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