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Brake lamp and rear turn signals

Brake lamp and rear turn signal doesn't work on my Ford F-150 unless I constantly adjust the steering wheel until the began to work. what's wrong?

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Sounds like a bad connection from your turn signal switch check you connections under your sterrring column

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Need to know how to attach parts under dash on 1988 f150 from brooster tobrake pedal so brake lights dont stay on


I'd have to check the stop lamp switch. It should be activated by the brake pedal arm. W/o being able to look at your vehicle at your vehicle, I can't tell you how to get at it? The lite green wire in diagram should not be hot unless you press the brake pedal. If you lift up on brake pedal does the brake lamp go out? If it does go out, maybe you can adjust brake switch, possible problem with brake switch or connector?
The voltage for brakes is wired through multifunction switch, that is something else to check. At the rear, your brake lamps and turn signal use the same bulb filament, just not at the same time.
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Brake lights don't work. Top brake light does. The brake lights work when adjusting the steering wheel up and down, but don't work when putting in gear.


Brake lamp circuit runs through the turn signal switch. Bad switch or loose parts can cause this failure. Tilt column requires special tool to repair, and the switch has wires made onto it which can be a PITA to fish through the steering column.

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I doubt it. Usually you have one fuse for all 4 turn signals.
You might try the emergency flashers and see if they work that way.
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I have am 1988 Ford F150 and am havving trouble with the brake lights. I have power and a good ground the signals both work and my tail lights work......just no brake lights. Any ideas?


check both left and right lamps at rear .if one lamp is shorted internally it will disable your brakes.These bulbs are dual winding lamps for signal and brakes.I would replace them both if not then you might have issue with brake switch

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I have a 2003 2 door explorer sport, just recently my turning signal and break light have stopped working on the passenger side!! I changed the light bulb, and nothing!! I changed the turning signal light...


No, because the left side is still working. The loose wiring was to the multifunction switch (turn signal).

Power gores through the turn signal switch to the brake switch on the brake pedal, then to the rear lights. Does the highmount brake lamp work?
At the RH lamp socket, Measure the voltage between the RH rear lamp C4032 pin 3, circuit 5 (OG/LB), harness side and ground. Should be 12 volts.

try that first.

Did you change the front and rear bulbs?

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