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Boxster 2001 brake lights not working

HI suddnely noted all brake lights not working - bulbs changed and fuse ok. What are your thoughts. Thanks

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  • asz88 Dec 11, 2008

    thank you - Appreciated - shall followup

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That leaves the microswitch or the wiring.Verify microswitch is working first and the check wiring continuity. The microswitch closes as you press the pedal and transfer power to brake lights.
If the microswitch is O.k then it will be the wiring that is at fault.

hope it helps.

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

  • Anthony Pratt Mar 16, 2013

    Thanks,that will be next plan of action.

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