Question about GMC G2500
Hi, it sounds to me like your brake light switch has either failed or come loose.
to find your brake light switch you need to get on your hands and knees so that you can have a close look at the brake pedal,
then look closely at the brake pedal and follow it up to where it goes through the bulk head into the bonnet, now you should see the brake light switch attatched top the top of the brake pedal, it should have a couple of wires going to it.
its hard to see so make sure you have a good look but it connects to the base that the top of the brake pedal is joined onto then when the pedal is pressed this then pressies a little button on the brake light switch this then switches the brake lights on,
now it can come loose so check this but most often you can use tape on the brake pedal to take up some of the slack that has built up over many uses, or you could just replace the switch.
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on May 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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