Question about 2000 Chevrolet S-10
I am having a problem of the brake lights staying on when I get out of the truck. I forgot to check once and the brake lights being on ran my battery down. I have replaved the switch that attaches to the brake pedal assembly, this helped for a very short time. Is there supposed to be a spring to help pull the switch back away from the pedal assembly? Could the brake assembly be worn so badly it needs replaced? Is there some where else I need to check for another switch? I can pull up on the brake pedal sharply and the lights go out.
Thanks for your time.
I have the same problem with my 2000 S10, Is the manufacturer trying to get us killed? I also replaced the brake light switch, adjusted it, and it worked for about a week. I did notice a couple of times that I was getting out of the truck that I got shocked off the door. I talked to an electrician and he said there is possibly a loose ground wire or a wire shorting out somewhere. This is a dangerous situation driving with disfunctional brakelights. It should be a factory recall! Before someone's family ends up dead because of it. I will keep searching for solutions. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
2000 chevrolet s10 brake lights stay on.
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