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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check the cable, connector or the holder, this might also be cause of fuse box problem, sometimes fuse seems to be ok but the fuse slot get ionised salts that makes a connection problem. You can swithch the wires for indicator with tail light wires to make it sure that the holders or bulbs are ok
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Look above your brake pedal and you will see your brake switch up along your brake pedal arm. It will either be between the brake arm and the firewall so when you brake it pushes the switch in. Or it will be between the dash and the brake arm so when you brake it pulls the switch out. Most likely this switch needs to be replaced
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
You can check to make sure that the taillights have a good ground. If at all possible try using a test light or multimeter at the light. Have someone step on the brake and see if you have positive voltage to the light. If you do then it could be a faulty ground. If you don't move closer to the brake switch or even test the brake switch.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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