Question about Chrysler Concorde
It's probably not a fuse -- check the brake light switch that's attached to the brake pedal shaft. Pressing the pedal compresses the plunger, making contact and turning on the brake lights. Manually press and release the plunger several times and see if the light function is restored. If that doesn't work, try a little (VERY little) WD-40 or silicone lube on the plunger. If neither works, you'll need to replace the switch - an easy and inexpensive job.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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