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Re: brak lights dont work
They is a switch under steerihg wheel that isnt makeing contact which is for the turn signals and emergency flashers is needs to be replaced or try to take some electrical contact cleaner and spray it in where u trun the emergency flashers on push them on and off while spraying this in there then check the brake lights if it dont work then replace the switch not expensive
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well u have two seprate problems the hazards and turn signals have a flasher that needs replacing if the fuse is good on the fuse box marked signals .and there is a brake light switch under the dash board near the brake pedal it has two wires on it check the wires make sure they are connected if so replace the brake light switch
Did you actually check the bulbs? I believe your brake lights, signal lights, hazards all use the same bulb for each side.
Your brake lights may be your brake switch just above your brake pedal. The signals could be your electronic flasher module (EFM) located under the dash near the steering column. Your hazards may be affected by the EFM, but not likely and the switch for your hazards may be faulty
FIRST Check for Blown Fuse Then Locate Flasher Units @ Fuse Block to Determine Wiitch one is Hazard Turn On Key Then Turn Syg. Feel Flashers The One you feel Clicking is For Turn The Other IS Flasher Replace this Flasher unit.
Verify the customer's concern by operating the turn signal/hazard flasher lamp to duplicate the condition.
Inspect to determine if one of the electrical concerns apply: VISUAL INSPECTION CHARTElectrical
Fuse junction panel Fuse:
15 (10 A)
29 (15 A)
Damaged multi-function switch.
Miniature bulb burned out.
If the inspection reveals obvious concern(s) that can be readily identified, service as required.