Question about Dodge Cars & Trucks
Here's a wiring diagram for your truck (about 2/3 the way down).
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Judging by the diagram, it looks like it's the brown wire (red is turn signal).
Posted on Dec 04, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are two white wires on the harness for the steering wheel. test for brake at one of the wires. you will have to drill a hole in firewall to feed wires. good spot is by the throttle, be sure not to cut throttle cable though. one you feed wires through be sure to seal it up with silicone and urethane.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Hello heinz2127: My name is Roger and i will help you. The rear brake wires are green and yellow. They also are the turn signal wires. The brake lights work through the turn signal switch.The turn signal switch has logistics for determining which side is blinking so as to make the opposite side to show park brake light.Check the fuse box for a blown fuse. Look at the fuse box under the hood. Also try this. Turn on the four way flashers. Step on the brake pedal . The lights should stop flashing If not I would replace the turn signal switch.
Posted on May 31, 2010
SOURCE: I HAVE A 1984 CHEVY
If switches tested good plug the wires back into the new one and work the actuator by hand. The brake lights should go on and off. If they do then the bracket were the switch mounts to near the brake pedal needs to be adjusted, in other words the pedal or the part of the pedal that makes contact with the switch needs to travel enough to fully ope and close the switch. Something to remember is that some brake pedals start out with the switch already pushed and pushing the pedal releases the switch button (or actuator) these switches are called normally closed switches, and on some cars the pedal pushes the switch only when you push the pedal, these switches are called normally open switches. Adjust accordingly, the mechanism should be self evident if you look under there with a flashlight. Another thing to remember is that you may have an intermittently bad wire, visually inspect it and wiggle it around having someone observe if the lights flicker. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
SOURCE: i have 2000 tahoe question is wire color at the brake pedal switch what color is hot in which color of wire is hot when pressed down? Also color at the bulbs are different, this is in reference to bra
Get a 12v tester and use it to find your hot wire usually the blue wire but it changes depending on where the truck was built.
Posted on Jan 31, 2015
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