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Brakelight dysfunction when i replaced the rt brakelight bulb, i depressed the brake and the brake light would go out-not on?

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Have had the same kinda problems with mine. The thing is its always the same side. I went to (racerunion.com) and found some nice aftermarket lights for $85.00. Light fit right in 5 min install. No further problems

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Try swapping the socket with the one from the other side if the problem goes to the opposite side then replace the socket

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Possible corrosion on the side wall mounted terminal block located behind the panel next to right side of the passengers foot area

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Check for 12 volts coming into the brake light switch. If you have that you should have 12 volts exiting the switch when the brake pedal is depressed. If you have that and the center brake light works you have a problem with the turn signal. If the center light doesn't work you probably have an open in the brake light circuit between the turn signal switch and light bulbs. If there is no voltage at the brakelight switch you have an open circuit before the switch. I'm assuming the fuse is good.

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My rear lights don't come on when i turn my headlights instead my 3rd brake light comes on


Hi there,

Your rear brake bulb wiring is connected to the high stop light, but when your problem occurs, it usually means there is a short in one of the brake bulbs (or associated connectors).

Firstly, inspect the brakelight fuse (just in case the rear lights are on a separate circuit).

Secondly, check for blown brakelight bulbs (and replace if necessary).

Thirdly, remove the bulbs and ensure they are the correct type (i.e. the bulb contacts must match the bulb holder - usually double contacts). If you have the incorrect contacts type, this will cause a short also.

Hope this helps...

Scott

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TO REMOVE BRAKE LIGHT HOUSING YOU HAVE TO GO INTO THE TRUNK AND REMOVE AN OVAL PLASTIC COVER NEAR WHERE THE TAIL LIGHT IS. REACH IN AND FEEL FOR A KNOB (FEELS LIKE AN OUTDOOR SPIGOT KNOB). TURN IT UNTIL IT COMES OFF. REMOVE ENTIRE TAIL LIGHT CASING. YOU'LL BE ABLE TO COMPLETELY REMOVE THE HOUSING BY PUSHING FROM INSIDE OUT. DISCONNECT THE WIRE. CHANGE BULB, REVERSE PROCEDURE.
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the stratus' are well known for the brakelight switch on the brake pedal going out frequently!!
so go to nearest parts house and buy a brakelight switch, that will most likely fix your problem!!
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