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My 2002 Ford Ranger Edge brake lights do not work

My 2002 Ford Ranger Edge 6cyl 3.0l engine brake lights do not work. Bulbs and fuses are okay. Any suggestions

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Brake light switch It is on the brake pedal

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Have a 89 ford ranger all lights work except brake lights. I replaced the switch, fuses are good and so are the bulbs. What else could be causing the brake lights not to work??


It could be the turn signal switch, since the brake wire travels through the turn switch after it leaves the brake switch and then goes to the bulbs. That is how you get a steady brake light on one side, and a blinking light on the turning side. The rear turn signal lights and brake lights share the same filament in the bulbs (and the same wire). The wire on the turning side has to first travel through the flasher relay.
If you have a test light, first check for power out of the brake light switch with the pedal depressed. Then check for power in and power out at the turn switch connector-power in on the brake light wire and power out on either of the wires going to the rear bulbs-if no power out, the turn switch is bad-brake pedal still depressed so you still have the signal.

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REPLACE THE BULBS BECAUSE THE BULBS HAVE 2 ELEMENTS IN SIDE THEM ONE ELEMENT CONTROLS THE BRAKE LIGHTS THE OTHER DOES THE TAIL LIGHTS

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1993 Ford Escort 4-door: Back-up and license plate lights are out. All fuses checked = okay. All bulbs ohmed out/visual = okay. All other lights are functioning properly (parking, brake, turn, headlight,...


the back-up lights would probably be a bad reverse switch at that point. I'm not sure what could be causing the plate lights if its not fuses or bulbs and all the others are working. I would highly recommend checking your bulbs one more time and look to see if the filaments are smooth or pitted. if they are pitted but otherwise appear to be ok they are in fact burnt out. I have even seen bulbs n that condition ohm out ok but still not work.

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your brakelight switch it is way up under the dash it's button makes contact with the brake pedal arm

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Are your hazard lights and/or reverse lights working? I can't remember which ties in with your brake lights but one of them do.

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If both brake lights went out at the same time, I'd suggest checking to make sure you have a good ground. Also, check to see if the turn signals are operating. If not, it I'm almost sure it's the ground.

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