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1993 Nissan 300zx Brake lights don't work

When the brake pedal is pressed the top mount lights work but the left and right won't turn on. Used new 1157 light bulbs, when driving lights are on is lite but not responsive when the brake pedal is pressed.

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  • cesar_ibarra Jan 06, 2009

    i have a problem that only my top light turns on when i hit the brake pedal but the left and right dnt respond to it. they turn on when i turn on my lights but they do not bright up higher when i hit the brakes i already got a fix it ticket so can anybody please help me out with this problem

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    center break light doesnt go on when press brake pedal

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I had the same issue with my 1990 300zx Coupe and resolved it by replacing the tail and stop lamp light sensor.


This is the name Nissan uses to refer to the part.


While searching the web, I found the part also referenced as a Brake Lamp Module.


NOTE: Dont listen to auto parts store employees that dont use the internet. I spoke to a local parts dealer and he felt that since he had never heard of it, that it didn't exist.
The bad part number was 28426-30P00, which is no loger available and was replaced with 28426-30P01 which worked fine.
Here you will find an excellent resources showing the location of the part, the part number, and sites where you can buy the part.

http://www.justanswer.com/nissan/2maha-brake-lights-not-working-1990-300zx-top-light-works-replaced.html


http://www.nissanpartszone.com/components/1990-nissan-300zx_electrical-unit-253-1641_3.html


http://www.nissanpartszone.com/parts/nissan-sensor-assy-sto~28426-30p01.html

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Brake pedal switch defective. Replace or adjust switch.

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

  • biophase Nov 05, 2010

    Check Brake Lamp Control Module located in trunk on Driver side. Sure worked for me on 1994 300Z

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