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1992 chevy k1500 rear running lights out? brake light, reverse light as well as all other lights functioning on vehicle. replaced circuit board , all fuses good as well.

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SOURCE: 2001 Chevy Lumina brake lights not working

test and replace the brake light switch, it is located at the top of the arm the brake pedal is attached to.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Chevy S10 Tail Light issue

CHEVY S-10 TAIL LIGHTS PROBLEM RESOLVED...It seems Chevy engineered a ground shorting clip located under the left rear bumper area. It looks like a connector for trailer wiring harness, but in actuallity is a metal shorting clip which ties 5 wires together. They are all the ground wires for the tail lights. Then one single small wire runs to ground completeing the circuit. Problem is that this one wire is not tough enough to be a strain relief for the grounding plug and over time the ground wire wears, leaving intermittent lighting problems. FIX IS TO SPLICE THE GROUND WIRE INTO ONE OF THE FIVE OTHER WIRES AND USE PLASTIC TY WRAP FOR STRAIN RELIEF. This fixes no tail lights, intermittent rear signals, and other significant problems. I just got done making this same repair on a 2000 s-10 and everything works fine. Since it is the strain on the single ground wire connected to the connector that leads to failure, it is best to tie a new ground or clip the ground wire coming out of the plug and resplice it into one of the other five wires. Does not matter which one since electrically it makes no difference; they are all gound wires. BUT only one wire completes the connection and that is the problem. Really good engineering Chevy! The location is under left rear of bed in wiring harness right before the split. The connector is blue or green. Take the cover off to see the metal shorting clip. Also note the ground wire coming out of the plug/connector and runs about 8 inches to frame. If this is not hooked up you will have tail light issues. If you register on Autozone .com you can access wiring schematics for free. BL

Posted on May 16, 2009

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Have it done by a pro because any connections have to be double flared, then the brakes have to be bled.

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 99 Chevy Tahoe... Rear turn signals, brake lights, and hazards

I had this problem, and to be honest, it happened to the left side about a week later...it's the board that the bulbs plug into...it's a very common problem with this model. So popular that you can normally get the socket board off the shelf at a parts store! it's extremely simple to replace, and I replaced all the bulbs at the same time!

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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SOURCE: ABS problem on 1992 K1500 Chevy 4x4 350ci

There a speed sensor problem. There are 2 fuses , make sure they are good, STOP?HAZ fuse and SPEED/RWAL fuse. A shop will neeed to check deeper if these are good.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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On my z71 1996 model rear bake lights don't work but the third light works, could it be the brake switch ?


No, it is not the brake lamp switch. If the brake lamp switch was not working, the high mount (3rd) brake lamp would also not function.
Chevrolet trucks are notorious for bad tail lamp circuit boards.

Disconnect the electrical connector from the circuit boards. Check for power at the circuit board connector (with the brake pedal depressed) on each side. The brake/turn lamp circuit for the left side is the YELLOW wire. The brake/turn lamp circuit for the right side is the GREEN wire. If there is power at the connector, check the GROUND (BLACK wires) to make sure they are getting a good ground. If the power and ground circuits are OK at the connector, replace the circuit boards.

NOTE: DORMAN makes a kit that includes circuit boards for both sides it is DORMAN Part Number 70001

If there is no power on the YELLOW and GREEN wires at the circuit board connectors, the most likely cause would be a defective turn signal switch.

Apr 28, 2012 | 1996 Chevrolet K1500

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I have a 94 Chevy C1500 and the right side brake light and blinker are not working. The tail light and reverse light work though, and the right front blinker works but it blinks twice as fast as it...


It could be a bad multifunction (turn signal) switch. The way that switch works, it is possible that it can turn on the front blinker and not the rear one. It also cancels the brake circuit so the turn signal can work with the brake pedal depressed.

However, a more likely cause would be a break in the YELLOW/BROWN wire at the rear of the truck. It is common for the connector to get corroded at the left rear frame area where the bed harness connects to the vehicle harness. If you have trailer connections spliced into the wiring harness, these connections are also prime candidates for corrosion. I would look there first. Inspect these harnesses thoroughly all the way up and into the tail light assembly.

If the wires under the back of the truck look good, then I would check for power coming out of the turn signal switch. The wire at the turn signal switch is plain YELLOW (with no brown tracer). It is Pin (M) on the turn signal switch connector. The front signal is a LIGHT BLUE wire at the turn signal switch Pin (H). If you probe these with a test lamp, they should both work the same except the yellow wire will be hot with the brake pedal depressed and the switch NOT in the left turn position. If there is no power at the switch connector, replace the switch.

May 13, 2011 | 1994 Chevrolet K1500

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No brake lights. replaced switches bulbs good


did you check all your fuses 1st.
as well the brake pedal may not be making full contact with the switch anymore under the brake pedal is a switch ensure when pressed it touches and makes full contact ....also have you recently installed any thing to the vehicle ? if so recheck your work . if not check your fuses and ensure they are fully seated as well i think i said that but as well the wires run along the frame inside to the rear of the vehicle is there any signs of corrosion ?
just a few areas to check 1st

Oct 15, 2009 | 1989 GMC K1500

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No brake lights


You need to replace this:


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Mar 15, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet K1500

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