Question about 1994 Chevrolet Suburban
BULBS ARE GOOD REPLACED BRAKE SWITCH STILL NO LIGHTS DRIVING LIGHTS WORK
I figured out my problem!
From the VERY BEGINING... I changed my brake pedal switch with a BRAND NEW switch, and the lights still didn't work.
Well, I went back down there with a live wire and touched the contacts..and guess what.. the brake lights lit up!
I got a faulty NEW brake pedal switch!! I went a year with this problem, so learn from my issue, test even your new parts if it doesn't fix the problem to completely rule it out!
I hope you guys figure out what's going on with your issue.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
I have/had the same problem recently. I found out that if I tilt my steering wheel up or down my brake lights quit working. I haven't finished tracing the problem yet but I do know it is some how connected to the tilt steering. Try starting with your steering wheel tilted all the way up and holding your brake pedal down. Then slowly adjust the wheel down one click at a time and see if the lights come on. I'm interested to see if this works for anyone else. And no this is not a joke, I'm serious.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
I don't know if it is the time of year (lots of condensation) or it's just happens alot but my mantra appears to have become check the relays. I suspect the brake light relay would be in the engine compartment fuse panel but on yours it may be in the fuse panel under your dash or in the glove compartment.... car companys seem to like hiding them.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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