Bulbs and fuses are great yet when i tap the brakes the lights wont come on. I cleaned out the corrotion and still nothing, is there a short in the wiring, or, where is the brake connectiors so i can check to see if its connected right thank you _Torgeson
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with all lights off (power off) i have used a plumbers wire brush for 1/2 " pipe to clean out down inside sockets as over time water will find it's way in there and cause problems
also a 7 dollar automotive test light from any autoparts store is a great help in problems like this
Hello, Well there is not much more it could be unless you have a shorted wire or a burned fuse. I would normally think that the turn signal canceler was bad but the 3rd brake light will still work if that is bad so I would check all fuses and for bare or shorted wires.
If your fuses and bulbs are all good, then look above your brake pedal
and you will see your brake switch up along your brake pedal arm. It
will either be
between the brake arm and the firewall so when you brake it pushes the
switch in. Or it will be between the dash and the brake arm so when you
brake it pulls the switch out. Most likely this switch needs to be
The brake lights are activated when you depress the brake pedal. When depressed the brake light switch, which is located on the brake pedal level, allows the circuit to be complete. Check for power on one side of switch then depress pedal and see if it allows power to other side of switch. Keep me posted