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No tail lights

I blow a fuse every time I use the brakes. I change the fuses and it does it again.

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  • b_dcrocker Feb 09, 2009

    where do you find the brake light switch on the brake pedal. I can't find it.

  • TJ May 11, 2010

    Do you blow a fuse when using the 4-way flashers or turn signals?

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May sure the ground is good and test the brake light switch on the brake pedal it self and if you have the truck wire to pull a trailer check out these wire also.

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

  • edgar walker
    edgar walker Feb 09, 2009

    take where you press the brakes and take your hand and follow that up to the top behind the pedal and that is where it should be

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