Question about 1998 Buick Park Avenue
Check the fuse for your brake light circuit. get the manual out of the glove box and see which fuse operates the brake lights if not marked on the fuse box itself. if blown, replace with same amp fuse. if it blows again you have a short in the brake light circuit and you will have to run it down. look for any bare or exposed or burnt(melted) sections of wire. if its not obvious you will have to use a meter to check for certain and isolate the location of the short. good luck. never put a larger fuse in the fuse box than whats recommended as the wires are matched to the fuse and you could cause serious damage to the wiring circuit if you do that. find the problem and fix it properly.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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