I have a Kia spectra 2008 and the back brake lights don't work I checked the fuses they seem fine

Asked by abbottj Jul 29, 2013 at 06:02 PM about the 2008 Kia Spectra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Back brake lights don't work , my tail lights do work already had
auto zone check fuses they looked fine

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i have a 2009 kia spectra and the brake lights dont work in drive but they do in park??

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the brake switch is adjustable barrel type...have someone stand behind the car to tell you when they come on~

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I just had my car fix of the same problem, light brakes did not work. the mechanic charge me an arm and a leg and it was just a brake light switch. now working fine!

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