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High mount brake assembly

Have 1993 GMC G2500 Vandura van. Third brake light assembly - top high mount - good bulbs, good exterior housing. Works, but at inspection, failed. Unable to find part.

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SOURCE: 98 gmc suburban brake lights

One of two things cause this corroded or poor chassis earth at the bulb holders or the circuit board that holds the bulb is faulty.

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SOURCE: 2002 yukon no brake lights but third brake light works

ed7882 I had the same exact problem and thought it was a fuse or the wiring. Come to find out it was just a blown bulb. They are inline together with the cruise so if one blows it all goes. So change out the lights and that should fix it for you.

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SOURCE: how do you remove the third brake light assembly

You'll have to gently apply some prying pressure to the housing as you turn the screws, it sounds like they've stripped the part they go in...

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SOURCE: 1999 GMC Suburban, K1500 4WD. Top brake light bar

third light is different circuit. saftey reason check fuses grounds wires

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SOURCE: 1999 GMC Envoy: replaced both GE 3057 lamps in

The high mount brake light has its own fuse, so check that first. The high mount bulb is generally a stabdard type (there may be more than one bulb) or you can replace with an LED. As for the left rear bulbs not working when depressing brake pedal, check the bulbs again for any spring that may be broken. If the bulbs are still good, make sure there is sufficient contact with the socket. If still not working, have someone check it out further.

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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