I have not had to replace a single one,it is more than likely a wiring issue,with the engine stopped unplug the pig tail from the solenoid and connect a test lamp to the wiring,get a second person to press the brake with the key switched on,the lamp should light each time the pedal or switch is pressed,if not check that none of the circuit breakers has popped out, if they are OK the wiring may be chaffed or have a bad connection,you can test the solenoid by grounding one of the wires and touch the other with a hot 12 volts,you should hear it jump,keep the engine stopped while working on the machine esp the transmission as it can take off and run over someone.
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