Question about 2002 GMC Yukon Denali
My denali has lost it's brake lights and cruise. All other lights are working correctly. tail lights and turning signals all work. What I think it is, is the brake switch on the brake pedal could this be the fix? Also the cruise stop I think around the same time. I have changed out the brake switch and that didn't help. I also don't see any voltage at the brake lights
1ST THING TO CHECK IS THE STOP LAMP FUSE . FUSES LOCATED LH SIDE UNDER HOOD. THIS FUSE ALSO POWERS THE ACC. CIRCUT IN TRUCK. ALOT OF TIMES, LAP TOPS, DVD PLAYERS ETC. OVERLOAD CIRCUT & FUSE BLOWS.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
FROM LUSTY KID:
Check your bulbs first, I have lost both headlights on my ford at once on account of the bulbs burning out at the same time. Same thing probably happen, you have one filament out. The lights can work, but if the filament for brake is burnt, you don't see brake lights.
As for the cruise control. Check fuse box first. If OK check vacuum hose to actuator in engine compartment for starters.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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