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What wouel cause the brake lights to stop working on rear of truck. Work on cab light. Tail and Hazard flasher works but no brake lights.

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  • mvbisme Sep 07, 2010

    All fuses and relays seem to be good. Light bulbs also. wire harness looks good no points of binding or pinching. Thats why we are not sure what is causing it.
    thanks though for the suggestion.

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Check fuse and relay.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

  • Jeff Turcotte
    Jeff Turcotte Sep 07, 2010

    how about the brake switch on the pedal--did you remove the connector and try to short across the wires to turn brake lights on?

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