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Where is brake light switch on 1997 plymouth voyager

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  • warholak1
    warholak1 Feb 21, 2012

    If all three brake lights go out , including the one upper light, what should I check first?

  • warholak1
    warholak1 Feb 22, 2012

    Thank you for yor help locating the fuse . It was in the power distribution center near the battery. The fuse looks good. I also found the brake light switch, located on the brake pedal. Am wondering if I should get a switch ($15), or is there a way to test my switch.
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It should be under the dash right up close to the brake pedal,and the master cylinder rod that goes through the fire walls.. it will be just a small switch with 2 or 3 wires coming out of it and it will be attached to the brake pedal rod.. it is a pain to get off so be sure you want to tackle the job

Posted on Feb 20, 2012

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  • Henry Morrow Feb 21, 2012

    check the fuse in your fuse panel.. It should be marked as brake/ stop lamps if the fuse is blown it will have a small seperation in the contact inside the plastic fuse.. you'll be able to see where it's burnt into.. ,and on the end of the fuse it will have a number 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 those are the amps of the fuse, Id im not mistaken it should take a 15 amp fuse but check the owners manual for the correct amp fuse, or it couls/ should be printed on the fuse panel where the old fuse was located.. And the fuse panels sometimes are located on the side of the dash where you open the drivers door it will be on the end of the dash,or under the hood in a black plastic box mark fuses.

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