Question about 1998 GMC Sierra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Brake light switch is active by the brake paddle.
Before you start,take a picture or do a sketch of the spring or linkage around the brake paddle.
Move the seat back will give you better access.
Press the paddle and the inner side (closer to the firewall) of the paddle will activate the switch.
Please keep in mind there are fuse(s) to protect the lighting circuit.
Check all the fuses before you R&R the brake switch,
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 GMC Sierra has running
first off, be sure your low beams aren't both burned out. it happens all the time. next check your dimmer switch operation. (i'm betting on low beams burned out) good luck.
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
SOURCE: How to replace a brake
Hello my name is Israel and I will be glad to help you. Above the brake pedal there will be a small white in color switch with two wires coming out of it. This is the brake switch. You will need to pull the pigtail from the brake switch and then "unscrew" the switch and replace with new one. Connect the pigtail. Adjust the switch so that the brake lights activate with a touch of the brake pedal. Good Luck.
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
AIRBAG light it comes back on and stays on, it is telling you that
there is a fault in the air bag system and that the system has been
disabled because it is now working properly. To determine what is wrong
with the system you will need to count the amount of flashes that the
light does right before it stays on permanently and that will tell you
what tests need to be done to determine why the system is down.
The most common thing that happens is the clock spring in the steering column goes bad (if this occurs, notice that the speed control and the horn no longer works as well).
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Posted on Oct 15, 2011
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