Question about 1997 Plymouth Breeze
Your problem with brake lights will cause a faulty switch that activates the rear brake lights. You can find it in the up of the brake pedal up, and lead him into 2 pieces of wire connector,where is to connected. Not an expensive repair and replacement is a matter of moments, even for an amateur. Feel free to go ahead, it's easy!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Testimonial: "thanx. found the switch. just had to stick my head further under the dash to see it. will change it this weekend. "
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did you check the fuses under the hood? There should be a 20 amp brake light fuse in there.
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