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No brake lights on 2006 Hino 268 truck. Checked

No brake lights on 2006 Hino 268 truck. Checked fuses. Good, but no power to the pedal?

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Cant get the pedal low enough to activate lights need to fix the power booster for the brake

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SOURCE: My cruise control is not working, no lights come

If the CHML ( Center High Mount Stop Lamp ) is working correctly, the next thing to check is the Cruise Control Deactivation switch on the brake pedal.
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This is different than the Brake Pedal Position ( BPP ) Switch which is for the stop lamps, and the shift interlock.

The Cruise Control deactivation switch, and the on / set switch are the only external inputs to the Cruise Control, the PCM uses the VSS ( Vehicle Speed Sensor ) to read, set and adjust the speed ( no more vacuum items on the 04+ MY trucks )

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