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Hey Im Rachael with a 1996 Mustang

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So I have a 1996 Mustang. The problem is though my brake lights won't work. I have changed the fuses, the bulbs and the sensor. I have disconnected the battery and reset the computer but nothing have worked. None of us have any idea what's going on.
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by sensor you mean the switch?


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Welcome to AFM Racheal. Could be the brake light switch or a bad ground wire.

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Rachael check into the tech sections for some help with that. Welcome to the forums

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Welcome to AFM! Let's move you here and see if we can get you some good info.

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check

You can check and see if your emergency flasher is stuck on,,,, My flasher dont work and if it is switched to the on position my brake lights wont work.... when its off its fine.

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