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Check for a good connection and try adjusting the brake light switch on top of the brake pedal. If that doesn't work, replace the switch.

Check the brake pedal switch and the wiring. You may have a broken wire.

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

  • javidez Sep 04, 2010

    fogot to mention, i already replaced sw itch and other ideas???????????????

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It sounds like you have to replace a "Relay" in your fuse box. This would be the large grey rectangular looking thing...I believe its the 2nd one closest to you from left to right...try changing it and see if you have your 3rd brake light back again. Good luck.

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My fiancee' followed Ron's instruction, on where to find the brake light switch, and was finally able to locate it, get it out, and replace it with a new one. I now have brake lights. He had been looking all morning for the switch but could not find it, and he is an ace mechanic, so thanks to Ron for his expert advice. You guys are the greatest!!

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SOURCE: brake lights do not work, all other lights work.

Have you checked the brake light switch thats activated by the brake pedal arm?if not follow the brake pedal arm up under the dash and you will find a switch that goes on and off when you push the arm in and out.Make sure you have power in and out and the switch is correctly adjusted.

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SOURCE: brake lights out; bulb, fuse okay

Sounds like you need to replace your brake light switch.  It is located on your brake pedal and you should be able to pick it up for around $20-$30 at your local parts store.

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Lights bulbs may need to be replaced.

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