Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Bravada
I have checked fuses under hood and on left side of dash...all seem fine. Is there a rear fuse block on this vehicle? Some research I have done says to check fuse #34 VEH STOP in the rear fuse block. I cannot find a rear fuse block. Is there such a thing? I have also changed the stop light switch and confirmed there is power at the white wires when depressing the brake pedal....my cruise is inop also, I see from the wiring diagram the white wire from the brake pedal switch runs through the multi-function switch...any relation?
Switch module in steering column will need to be replaced or the brake switch itself at the pedal. There was actually a recall for the pedal switch that came out in early 02 Usually the switch in the column about $125.00 at the aftermarket parts stores
Posted on May 27, 2009
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