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You also could have a broken or loose wire on the brake light switch itself. .alot of times when dealers put in trlr brake controllers they use whats called scotch lock connectors which makes very poor connections but techs like them because there fast.so if you find out your fuse is good,look on the brake pedal assembly itself for the switch and check for in going power and out going power off of the switch.