A couple days ago someone pointed out to me that my truck's brake lights were not working. I tried to replace the bulbs, that didn't work. Then I thought, no shit, my emergency lights work and they use the same bulb, so it couldn't be the bulb. So then we replaced the fuse. That didn't fix it. Everything I've read says it must be the brake light switch. My husband, who doesn't work on cars but is very handy in general, replaced the brake light switch, using the Haynes manual. That didn't fix it. From what I've read, if the emergency blinkers work, since they use the same bulbs and wiring, it can't be an electrical problem. Then, I've read, if the fuse doesn't fix it, it has to be the brake light switch. That didn't fix it. What else could it be? Could it be he didn't install it right? He said it was very easy to do and used the manual, so I really doubt he messed it up. We really don't want to take it to the shop, our other car is there and has already racked up $750 worth of repairs and isn't fixed. So we can't afford to take this in. Please help!