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I have break light in the back window, but not on the taillights

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95 Chev Luminas have a problem with the combination signal light, light dimmer switch. Found out by holding brake and wiggling switch.

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We have break lights and turn signals but no running lights will work on our trailer. any ideas?

I you will start with an electric meter (an ohm-meter or a multi-meter), check the trailer plug socket at the back of your truck.
You should have a contact for the ground, one for the taillights, and one for each turn-signal / brake light.
If the socket at the end of your truck has everything in order, then you likely have a broken wire in the taillight circuit.
Check continuity between the plug and the light bulb socket to see if the wire is broken somewhere.
A common place to break is close to the plug itself.
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What would be wrong if all lights work but break lights and fuse are good and bulbs are good why do i not have break lights

Brake light Switch near the brake pedal shaft is out of adjustment, or broken or wire disconnected or very bad connection. Otherwise a bad connection to the taillight assembly or a break in the wire between the switch and Taillight. Jumper the switch to test whether that is the problem. Test the Tail light by jumper from known good power to test whether it's the wire from brake light switch to the Tail light assembly.

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Instructions on how to change the bulbs should be inside your owners manual.But here you go;

Lift the tailgate and ensure that it is properly supported.
  • 3 Remove the two screws at the top of the taillight assembly with a Phillips screwdriver. Set both screws together, to the side of your work area.
  • 4 Grasp the taillight assembly horizontally on the left and right. Slowly pull the assembly toward you and away from the truck's frame. Use care while you're pulling the taillight assembly as there will still be wiring connected to it. Once the assembly is away from the frame lay it down on the bumper.
  • 5 Remove the brake light socket from the taillight assembly. Rotate the socket a quarter-turn counter-clockwise to unlock it from the assembly. Withdraw the socket slowly from the hole on the taillight assembly to avoid breaking the brake light bulb.
  • 6 Remove the brake light bulb from its socket by grasping it between three fingers and pulling it straight out of the socket. Put on some latex gloves before you touch the new brake light bulb.
  • 7 Place a small hairline bead of dielectric grease on the metal contacts at the base, on both sides of the brake light bulb. If the grease gets anywhere on the glass portion of the bulb, discard it and start with a fresh bulb. This grease is not absolutely necessary.
  • 8 Insert the brake light bulb back into its socket. Push down on the bulb gently until it seats itself.
  • 9 Now that it's connected carefully insert the bulb into the socket back through the hole on the taillight assembly. Lock the socket back in place by rotating it a quarter-turn clockwise. Do not over rotate the socket. When it locks in place, you stop rotating.
  • 10 Lift the taillight assembly up off the bumper. Position it so that it's ready for re-installation. Push the assembly back into place on the frame. Make sure that all of its wires are tucked back behind it and that no wires get pinched.
  • 11 Reinstall the two mounting screws and tighten them a quarterturn past hand tight. Shut the lift gate door.
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    My break lights are not working in my 1999 Chevy lumina LS, the mount back light is working but the two back break lights are not. The blinkers work. What to do?

    Check the bulbs and then check the wiring to make sure one of the wires has not been pinched or cut. The problem has to be somewhere between the mount light and the taillights

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    Open trunk unscrew black knobs that hold trunk panels down. Remove panels look in the trunk on the oppisite side of the taillight unscrew the two nuts pop off the taillight replace the burnt out break light .Put everything back on the same way you took it apart.

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