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Multi-function switch,(Wipers turn signals cruise) , this may sound crazy, but if you can get to the screws & remove it, smack the unit on a table top 2-3 times & re-try. Let me know what happens. This DOES work on all Ford U-Haul trucks!
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
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.
If the third brake light always works, then it is the turn signal switch. If the third brake light does not work, it is probably something else. The turn signal switch is in the steering column. You have to remove the airbag and steering wheel, take out all of the componets and replace the turn signal switch. Special tools are required and a moderate level of mechanical ability. Watch the airbag, it can go off and cause serious injury!!
turn signals and brake lamps go thru what ford calls a multi function switch.usually replaceable w/o removing steering wheel.pricey item...dealer only part. hazard lamps working?also part of the same switch.power locks not part of this switch.ground good on back of pdl switch?usually activated by grounding.hope this helps...
I've noticed the same problem with my 2001 Ford Exployer Sport Trac. When my girlfriend drives my truck she raises the steering column, and when I'm driving, I lower the column. I noticed when I was driving recently the left front turn signal kept flashing quickly, thought it was the bulb, but changed and still happening. Today I took apart the steering column cover and noticed the wiring for the turn signals and hazards were loose. To fix this problem I pulled the wires out of column more as to not stress the connection. So far this has fixed the problem.
oh yes,, believe me you have just enter the pits of hell..
i have a 1990 thunderbird and your lights and **** are all right there with the stereo wiring my dash lights went out and it took forever to figure out how to get them back on good-luck ray
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