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Brake lights don't work but all other lights do. It's a 1990 Chevy 1500 short wheel base and I have replaced both circuit boards all bulbs brake switch and fuses are good. Checked and replaced ground

Do you know what electrical testing is and how to do it ? apparently not ! Do you know what a wiring diagram is and how to read one ? Is there B+ voltage going into the brake light switch ? Test this first with a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter . If there is , with the brake pedal pressed ,is there B+ voltage coming out of the switch ? Find a diagram of the wiring harness connector locations look at every connector the brake light wires are in > Check voltage at each connector till voltage disapears . find the open wire , high resistance , what ever is cause B+ voltage not to be there . Watch videos on youtube for voltage drop testing . Mastering Voltage Drop Testing with Pete Meier and Jerry Truglia How to read a wiring diagram . Buy a repair manual . Sorry dude , but if you want to fix car's , learn how .

Dec 29, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Where is the fuse for the 3rd brake light for a 2010 Honda Odyssey EX-L?

The fuse for the 3rd brake light is the same as for the other brake lights. Do the other brake lights work ? If so you need to look at the MICU-Rear Junction Box .All brake light power goes through it.
It is behind right rear trim panel .It has 4 or 5 connectors to it. It is also on the B-CAN communication network , do you know what serial data bus communication is ? google it ! There is a microprocessor inside ! Connector H pin 2 is power for 3rd brake light.

Jan 30, 2015 | Honda 2010 Odyssey EX-L

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All fuses are good. Brake switch is releasing shifter and allowing me to get out of park so my assumption is brake switch is ok. I feel it is alarm related and wondering if there is a brake light relay?...

You need to test the brake light switch, it is above the brake pedal and it is actuated by the brake pedal arm. Press the brake, the switch connector should show 12 volts on both sides, if not the wiring connector is defective or the switch is defective. Below is a diagram of a typical brake switch which is #4 in diagram.

Nov 07, 2012 | 2008 Dodge Charger

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I have a 1998 Mazda Protege LX (1.5 L engine with cruise control) and all the brake lights are not working. I have checked the fuse under the hood, replaced the brake light switch and checked the bulbs. ...

No, you are not missing anything. The problem must be in the wiring. Check to see if the connector is hot at the brake light switch. If it is, the problem is between the switch and the rear of the car. If the connector is not hot, the problem is between the battery and the switch. Please let me know if you have more questions, and thanks for using FixYa.


Apr 27, 2011 | 1998 Mazda Protege

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Brake Light Switch- I am trying to locate the switch, and the wire which comes out of the switch (that goes to the brake lights I presume). I am trying to install a Tekonsha P3 electric brake controller,...

Below are a couple pictures of the switch. There are 2 connectors on it--one with 2 wires and one with 4 wires. The wire you want is the white wire from the 2-wire connector. This is the switched power. It goes to a connector (shown) and up through the steering column to the directional switch, as the same bulb filaments that burn the brakes are used for the turn signals. After going thru the directional switch, green and yellow wires come down thru the same connector shown and lead to the right and left brake/signal lights. The orange wire goes to the fuse. see picture below. Does this help?



Dec 08, 2010 | 1989 Chevrolet C/K 3500

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Where can i find a manual on how to replace the brake line on a 02 chevy s10 xtreme?

I'm not aware of a particular Manual that specifically addresses Brake Line for your Specific Vehicle.
However I have replaced several "complete" and "partial" Brake Lines in my years of experience.
Specific/Pre-Contured Brake Lines for your Truck are available at most auto parts stores. Calt them for availability and prices.
However these are somewhat expensive. YOU CAN 'MAKE' YOUR OWN LINES!
Also available at these auto parts stores are two (2) tools you can buy.
1) A Brake Line Bending/Shaping Tool.
2) A Brake Line Cutting/Flaring Tool.
These tools are very easy (and fun) to use.
The auto parts stores carry "Straight" "Bulk" Brake Lines in different sizes (lenght and diameter). They also carry Brake Line "male" and "female" Brake Line Connectors. Make sure you purchase the correct diameter size Brake Line and the correct Connectors to fit these Brake Lines.
If the original Brake Line that you are replacing has viable (usable) sections and/or connectors you can use, then use them.
Take the old Brake Line off using a flare wrench.
Check your Brake Line Connectors to see if they will properly connect to your remain system.
Measure this piece with a material measuring tape (don't tell momma!). Measure the straight Brake Line and using the Brake Line Cutting Tool, cut the straight bulk Brake Line. Using the old Brake Line as a reference: use the Brake Line Bending Tool to shape the straight bulk Brake Line into the desired shape, matching as close as possible to the original Brake Line.
Place the proper "male" or "female" connectors onto the line, FACING the proper directions.
Using the Brake Line Flaring Tool: Flare the ends of the Brake Line.
Connect the "new" Brake Line using the flare wrench.
Make sure you Bleed the entire Brake System.
Let me know if this helped, or if you have any additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at!
ps: Make sure you clean, roll-up and put away that material measuring tape!!

Feb 12, 2010 | Chevrolet S 10 Cars & Trucks

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Where is the brake light relay on a 1984 Fiero

Check the brake light switch. It's located under the dash by the brake pedal. Disconnect the electrical connector from the switch. Jump the connector with a paper clip. Be careful not to let the paper clip touch a metal surface. If the brake lights come on then the problem is a faulty brake light switch.

Sep 27, 2009 | 1984 Pontiac Fiero

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94 s-10 blazer abs

Look under the hood where the ABS unit sits.(on drivers side)

Make sure the engine is NOT Running and the key is OFF. Also check that the parking brake is Not Engaged at this time.

First unplug the two wire connector on the ABS unit. IIRC the wire colors for this connector are Red and Black, and they are of a fairly thick gauge.

The ABS/Brake light will remain on at this time if you start the motor, so skip that and look for a second connector on the ABS unit. This one has multiple wires and are much thinner gauge than the first connector. **Unplug this connector. With key OFF, pump the brake pedal 10-15 times. Start the motor and there should be no ABS or Brake lights illuminated on the dash.

You just completely eliminated the ABS Unit from your braking system and will only have NON- ABS power brakes from now on. The ABS unit will only act as an extended brake fluid reservoir and will not influence braking an any will have to pump the brakes yourself if needed.

On my personal vehicle...also a '94 S10, I went one step further and fabricated an ABS pump elimination kit that allowed me to physically remove the entire unit and tie the lines back into the system using a simple valve found on many domestic master cylinders. I may fab up some kits if there is any interest, but it's really not needed...I'm just anal about my vehicles.

**NOTE: Some GM ABS units have two additional plugs besides the two wire connector, if so just unplug them both.

Jul 25, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

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