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Brake lights out

I can't find the brake lights fuse or relay as it is unidentified in my manual... any idea?

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  • barguy1962 May 31, 2009

    Guys...all the basics have been checked... including replacing the bulbs just in case. My running lights work, but brake lights and rear turn signals do not activat. I suspect a relay, but none is labeled as such. I ran a jump line thru the brake light activator switch to no avail...Guess I've got to dig deeper.

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Could be as simple as a bulb or fuse, but it also could be the breaklight switch, witch is located under dash by steering colume it works off the break peddel arm. Chk. the ovious first, fuse and bulbs before the switch.

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Have you tried replacing the bulb

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