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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a manuel from an auto parts store. in this manuel it will have etm(electrical troubleshooting manuel) it shows the brake lights and wires colors of wires. trace the wire color from the fuse using the diagram. purchase a test light from wal mart to see if your wire has power. if it does there may be a bad connection or component but hte etm shoud show you what components are on the circuit.any questions email me at email@example.com
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 98 ford
Accoding to my schematic you should be seeing an orange/yellow wire going to the third brake light, and a branched off orange/yellow wire going to the turn signal switches which in turn goes to the BLU/WHT and BLU/BLK wires which control the rear stop lamps.
Then, there is a shorting bar connector that grounds out both rear tail lamps (not including the third brake lamp).
If the bulbs are good, then I'll bet the bar that grounds out both tail lamps has a bad ground, maybe.
Try to look for the common ground wire and trace it to the body, and see if there is a loose screw or nut that holds it to the negative body part.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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