If your brake lights have gone out all at one time on your 1994-2004 Mustang, you may have a bad brake light switch. This switch is located above your brake pedal against the firewall to send a signal to turn your brake lights on and off. When this switch malfunctions or breaks, your brake lights can be stuck on or off. Fix yours today with this direct replacement switch and get your SN-95 or New Edge Mustang back in working order!
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