Question about Chevrolet 2500
You may have a shorted brake light switch or a wire at the switch that is shorted to ground.the switch is located at the base of the brake pedal lever and has 2 wires connected to it.check to see if the (I think)the orange wire is firmly connected to the plug connector,this wire should be the power wire to the switch and is not the problem as the fuse only blows when the pedal is pushed.the other wire(I think) is a white wire,this wire goes from the switch to the wiring to the brake lights.this wire could be shorting out causing the fuse to blow,and needs to be checked.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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