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1996 CHEVY SUBURBAN HAS TOP BREAK LIGHT WORKING BUT OTHER TWO DO NOT WORK. ALL RUNNING LIGHTS WORK?

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Check fgor blowin fuses, Bulbs could be bad, Loose wires, A break in a wire, Or loose ground wires, Or they shorted out,

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

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SOURCE: 1999 GMC Suburban. no sound from radio

there is a plug at the back of the radio connecting it to the vehicle wiring loom. If you can get at thes plug, either from below or by removing the radio unit, make sure the plug is tight and secure. I can't think that the amp has gone or you would have lost all sound, so this is more than likely the problem.

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SOURCE: 05' Sierra 1500 trailer break lights

try http://www.etrailer.com/faq-wiring.aspx. This should help. Make sure the lights and trailer are grounded. Especially with a tilt trailer. The tilt pins carry the ground. Run a ground strap from the frame to the bed.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 GMC Suburban, K1500 4WD. Top brake light bar

third light is different circuit. saftey reason check fuses grounds wires

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SOURCE: I have a 1996 Suburban that keeps blowing fuses on break lights

It sounds like you have a hot wire touching the body. Check & trace the brake hot wires from the rear lights back to the fuse block using a multimeter. Check for continuity between the hot and the body When you find it that wire needs repairing or replacing. It's probably somewhere that the wire has been rubbing against the body for sometime.

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SOURCE: i dont have er or lower break lights the top break

Bulb is probably burnt out.

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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with a test light back probe the green wire behind the low beam then if test light on = bulb defect
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Hello,
I changed the tail lights of my wife's suburban which is the same as yours some few weeks ago,here is how i did it myself,although i'm a mechanic but its not technical;

STEP1. Two screws inside the tail gate jam.
STEP 2. Pry with fingers or something that won't scratch the paint the tail light out (Forward). try not to break anything

STEP 3. Good thing is the bulbs are interchangeable an they have multiple filaments in them. I was able to swap mine around for some bulbs with unused filaments.

STEP 4 Check all lights after replacement of course. Don't want to make your brake lights work and then your turn signal not work.
Problem solved.

Thanks for using fixya,have a nice day.

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