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Re: could this be wiring problem
In order for the ac to controll the brake light, means that
1.) the main Relay and fuse panel is shorting,
2.) there is a short somewhere on the main harness,
If you Have EXPERIENCE then
1.) pop open the main fuse panel
2.) Remove the fuses and relays
3.) The Main Power line connect to the circuits oon a copper plate, Check for corosion and deformity
4.) check the contacts to ensure there isnt corroi\sion or particles that allows it to make contact with the other it shouldnt be.
If the panel checks out
Then you will need to trace the main harness from the fuse panel to the braking system (THATS THE 2 HARNESS's BOTH MAIN AND INTERNAL)
you problem lies with eighter one of the two posted above.. If you are uncertin about yourself or dont have the necessary knowledge , i'd suggest an autoeletrician , If you accidently Ground or short any circuits you can damage parts and components which can be distasteful to your pocket.
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