Question about 1984 Chrysler Fifth Avenue
With the headlights on, you press the brake pedal and the back lights go out on the passenger side. The drivers side works fine
There is a contact (not short) between wire to brake light and to back light on passenger side, when you press the pedal, electricity is absorbed by barake light bulb and back light dim out. Check cables and connectors, if necessary follow back cables to battery.
If the contact is a short the back lights fuse will blow, I think it is a contact between same polarity cables, not a short.
Posted on May 16, 2008
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