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Does the multi function switch in a 99 tahoe house the breaklight relay?

I know how to replace the switch itself just wana make sure i need to.

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No there are no relays or fuses in a multi-function switch. I would start by checking your bulbs, if they're ok check your user manual to find any related fuses and check those. If they're ok also it could be your brake switch which is located by the brake pedal shaft. It gets turned on and off when the pedal is pressed. That is the order I would check to fix your problem

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I have a 2003 Ford ZX2, and I think I had the same problem before, I think it is a fuse somewhere. I believe that the breaklights and dash lights are connected. My dad is a mechanic and I will check with him.

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