Question about 1992 Chevrolet K1500
I guess I would start by getting a voltmeter and seeing if there is 12 volts on one side or the other at the brakelight switch. If you do not have 12 volts, work back towards the source being battery/alternator.
I do not know what type of bulbs you have, the blade or round socket type but many times I have seen single element bulbs stuck into dual element sockets and vice versa. They are physically the same size, but not electrically. Do not think you can make a mistake with the blade type but I would eliminate that as a possibility.
It used to be common for those long stretches of wire to the rear end to be in a bundle exposed on the underbelly of the vehicle. In northern climes the winter weather would often eat through the wiring causing opens which means no power getting back there. If the wiring is under the body, track it from rear to the front and make sure there are no corroded areas.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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