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Brake light relay

One brake light does not come on when the brake is appiled

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Change the bulb, change the relay? Where are you in the trouble shooting process?

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Try this possibilities to locate the fault. First get your voltmeter or 12v test lamp out. Check the 30 amp Brake (#2) maxi fuse in the under hood junction box.Fuse should have 12v at both sides at all times.
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Go to the brake light switch. The orange wire should have 12v at all times. The white wire should have 12v when stepping on the brake.
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batt is power from the maxi fuse 12v all times
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gnd is body ground 0v all times
mfs goes to the multi function switch 12v with relay activated
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if you jump terminals batt and mfs the brake lights should come on.
If you have no power at terminal sls with the brake applied then you have a wiring fault white wire between the brake light switch and the relay
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