Question about 1991 Chevrolet C1500
Sounds like either the brake light switch is faulty or out of adjustment. See if there is power to one side of the brake light switch with a 12v tester, if so, see if the brake pedal depresses the button when moved, if not adjust it, if so, see if power is on the other side of the switch when brake pedal is depressed. If no power, bad switch. If no power to either side of the switch, then trace the wire and see what the problem is or run a new hot wire.
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