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My brake lights went and I got a ticket for 106 dollars can anyone tell me the number the fuse would be in the fuse box I dont have the owners manual and their is no guide on the fuse box cover. And if its not the fuse what can it be

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  • pop196900 Aug 27, 2010

    Thanx for that info but the fuse panel doesnt have a diagram thats y I asked if anyone new the diagram number for that fuse.

  • pop196900 Aug 27, 2010

    My fuse box cover doesnt have a diagram on it can anyone tell me the fuse number that would be on the diagram for the rear brakes. I received a 106 ticket for no brake lights. If its not the fuse what else can i check for

  • pop196900 Aug 27, 2010

    thank you that was the problem

  • pop196900 Aug 27, 2010

    the second one was it fixed the problem

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Hello
more than likely the brake light switch is defective but here is the fuse number, it is fuse number 13, this is a yellow 20 amp fuse,
The fuse panel is located under the instrument panel,
next to the parking brake. To release and lower the fuse
panel, squeeze the two tabs together. Then pull it
towards you. It will come down so the fuses can be accessed. Once down remove the cover to access the fuses inside.

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If it's not working, you need to have 12 volts at the plug on one circuit. The other needs to be grounded. If you have no voltage, it could be a brake light switch. There usually is two switches on the brake pedal. One for the regular stop lites, the other is for the third stop lite and cruise or TCC switch control.
And for the fuses check out this:--
There are three locations for fuse boxes in a 1993 Buick Park Avenue.
1) One fuse panel located under dash next to steering column. The backside of panel door has a diagram for each fuse location and is numbered accordingly.
2) The second fuse box is located on passenger side under glove box. The kick panel under dash needs to be removed to expose fuses and relays. A diagram is located on the panel that has to be removed.
3) The third location is under the hood on the passenger side of the firewall. Typically your entire major component fuses and relays.
Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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    raj somaiya Aug 27, 2010

    Keep updated.With your details.Was it fuse or any Short in wiring or the brake light switch or any thing else.
    Thanks.

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