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Sep 23, 2009 - 97 GMC Jimmy 4x4 blinkers work, reverse lights work, above window ... I just lost hazard lights and rear brake lights, they were working 2 days ... If it is a frayed wire or solder point, then you can repair it, but not any worn contacts. ... Does anyone have any suggestions on 1997 Honda Accord tail & brake lig.
seen this often on different models .look up under the bumper drivers side .you will see a hole in the fender panel the wires to the brake lights and tail lights run through here . grab the wires and you will probley see the green and or the brown wire is rotton and perhaps broken or the insulation is cracked and corroded .you will have to cut the wire clean it up and put a new connector and use shrink tube to protect the connection from getting wet .
CHECK YOUR CIGARETTE LIGHTER FOR FOREIGN OBJECTS, (COINS, PAPERCLIPS) MOST GMC OF THAT YEAR HAVE LIGHTERS THAT SHORT OUT. ALSO TRY DISCONNECTING THEM. DOME LAMPS, CIGARETTE LIGHTERS, VANITY MIRRORS, STOP LAMPS ARE ON THE SAME CIRCUIT. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.
The high mount brake light has its own fuse, so check that first. The high mount bulb is generally a stabdard type (there may be more than one bulb) or you can replace with an LED. As for the left rear bulbs not working when depressing brake pedal, check the bulbs again for any spring that may be broken. If the bulbs are still good, make sure there is sufficient contact with the socket. If still not working, have someone check it out further.
The clutch cycle switch is on the accumulator by the A/C housing, it looks like a silver cylinder. You can replace the new cycle switch without discharging the system, just unscrew the old one and screw in the new one. Just make sure you hove the new switch ready and the O rings have oil on them, need to be quick so you don't lose that much R134.
After installing the new R134 check the R134 pressure and recharge if low. Good luck and hope this helps. Note: if the system is low on R134 the clutch will not activate or if the relay is bad too.
The relay is in the glove box, at the back of the glove box there is a access door labeled relay. There are three relay's in there, the fuel pump, rear brake light and the A/C. Think the middle one is the fuel pump and can't remember which is the brake light. If you have someone push on the brake's you can feel which relay is the brake light. You can always swap the relays around.
Good luck and hope this helps.
You will have to remove the differential cover on the rear end, in the center of the gear cluster you'll have to rotate your axle until it exposes the ends of the axle shafts, push in the axles as far as you can from the brake pad assembly area, then, there this a C clips that slips into a groove on the end of the axle, you'll have to reove the C clip to pull out the axle.