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2001 Dodge Dakota Sport six wire multifunction switch brake pedal need to know what color or brake light
The brake switch at the pedal does have six wires, but none go to the multifunction switch (on the steering column). The white wire with tan tracer goes to the combination flasher to be integrated with the turn signals/hazard lights. The combination flasher is under the dash next to the steering column and has a sixteen pin connector (ten of which have wires).
Posted on Aug 07, 2017
SOURCE: brake lights do not work
Have you checked both bulbs , also check closely on all the fuses. if you have to, use a test light and probe all fuses on both sides of the fuses
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
You can get any wiring diagram for any vehicle. It will cost about $12 and it's well worth it. It will give you the complete diagram bumper to bumper.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Call dealer & ask them to run your vin# to see if it came with towing package. They shouldn't mind. If not, you'll have to wire it in yourself.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
SOURCE: trailer brake controller problem
I found the problem. Talking with a technician from the controller company, we determined that it was a fuse problem. I found that the fuse to the CHMSL was blown.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
I belive it would be the wire that actually sends the control signal to the controller?...correct? well the if so you would need to tap into the wire casing with a test light to see which wire is lighting the test light when the brake pedal is depressed good luck
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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