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Stop light didn't work, fuse, pedal switch - OK.

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  • setr001 Oct 08, 2008

    Yes, it ha s power on the brake light switch, but no power in the stop light bulb's socket.

    Is there any relay in this circuit.

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If there is power at the brake light switch (Check with a test light) then the problem is in the turn signal switch, brake light circuits run through it.

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