Question about Chevrolet 3500
Bad bulbs? Bad connection at a plug in connector? Do turn signals work?
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am asking you what switch you cheked and how did you know that is ok and working I had the same problem I replaced the switch under the brake pedal and it works fine if you still have this problem write to me @ firstname.lastname@example.org thank you good luck.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
When you said that you checked the brake switch, did you check it live? Meaning verified live power to the switch, press switch, and then power came out the other terminal?
If so, also verify zero power on brake press, at the offending brake light bulb terminal. You must verify the test light each time you move it...leave running lights on...
After verifying that there is no power coming, after the brake is pressed, note the wire color and find it where it comes to the steering column and test there... This would eliminate wires and connections between front and the rear of the vehicle, unlikely, but needs to be tested.
After verifying no power at that terminal, then yes the t/s switch is certainly suspece. This may be the time to get a mechanic to verify and replace the switch, there are locks, tilt mechanisms, air bags, column bearings, etc involved. Failures risk loss of vehicle control (locking or binding for example.)..
Hope this gets you going in the right direction.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank You. I tried those things and it seemed to be the Emergency Flasher switch in the multi function switch."
Some of these had two fuses for brake lights. One for the top/center stop lamp and another for the rear left and right brake lights. Usually one said "stop" and the other said "brake" and one was in the underhood panel while the other was in the dash fuse panel. It's not uncommon to blow a brake light fuse [LR and RR] if you tow a trailer but some of these had seperate fuses for the trailer lights also. If you have a test light check both sides of the two fuses for power [ignition key on] while stepping on the brakes. It should at lest narrow your search a bit.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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