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Transit 350 lwb 2002 brake light not working- bulb ok side light on and works on other side?

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SOURCE: 1998 chevy lumina brake lights intermittent.

This is a classic example of turn signal switch failure. On GM vehicles with a multi-function turn signal switch and combination stop/turn/tail lights (all rear lights are behind red colored lenses except for back-up lights) The brake light power is routed through the turn signal switch. This makes it possible for the right rear light to function as a stop light while the left rear turn signal flashes, and vice-versa. When the contacts fail to remain constant the brake lights, and turn signals can become intermittent. The proof that the brake light switch is functioning correctly is that the high center (cyclops) brake light functions properly. Wiring integrity is verified if you can prove that turn signals operate, but that can still be intermittent with this complaint, BUT if you use your hazard switch to turn on all the signals at once, you can verify wiring integrity. This is because the turn signal, and the brake light use the same circuit, and bulb filament in the rear lighting assembly. If any Hazard lights fail to function, check bulbs first, then retest. If all Hazrd light flash correctly and reliably, bulbs, sockets, and wiring have proven integrity, and the turn signal switch is the remaining component in the system which needs to be tested. Unfortunately, this switch requires disassembly of the steering column for service, testing or replacement. If you have never disassembled, and successfully reassembled a GM tilt steering column, I would reccommend professional assistance.

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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SOURCE: 2002 Camry Brake lights

sounds like you nee a couple of new globes

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Both 2005 Honda Odyssey brake lights don't work.

make sure u have put the right bulbs in. rear brake lamps are dual filament....

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2002 Ford Ranger Edge brake lights do not work

Brake light switch It is on the brake pedal

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

SOURCE: brake lights not lighting when brake pedal is

if can you check the wires on the brake pedal sensor

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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