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I could be wrong but I believe there are 2 fuses. One is under the hood in the fuse block and the other is in the fuse panel either on the side of the drivers side dash board or under the dash on the drivers side. Open the drivers door and see if there is a removable panel there. When you replaced the switch, did you test the wires witha volt meter to see if you have power at the switch? Did you test the main line for power at the tail lights?
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ljones, Did you check the "VEH stop" fuse in the left side instrument panel fuse box. There are 3 stop light fuses, 1 for all the stop lights located in the under hood fuse box. 2 in the left side IP fuse box. 1 for the upper stop light and 1 for the lower stop lights. The fuse box in the IP is where the upper and lower stop lights split. Let me know.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
The chevys with red brake lights and turn signals do two things and I've fixeds alot of them. Looking at the tail lights with the hazard flashers on. both sides flash with nothingeles on? Or are the hazards yellow? if they're red and the third eye does work the turn signal switch is possible problem but it doesn't let the blubs and the circuit boards in the taillights out as they can fail and do some really bad stories the wires for the brakes and the turns and the hazards are the same ones and if the turns look right and the hazards look right then the turn signal switch transmites the turn too as this doesn't work part of your story can't be true
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
I am having the same problem on an 04 2500hd there isa 15 amp stop light fuse inside the cab on the side of the instrument panel and a 25 amp stop light fuse under hood. you could also have a break switch issue the switch is located up on the break pedal linkage you should have power on the white wire when you push the pedal in (check with a test light) in my case I have a broken wire along the frame rail in the harness it is a light blue wire,
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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