Car Fuses and Wiring
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All of your brake lights are out checked fuses and are ok?

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2005-05-05 15:07:24
2005-05-05 15:07:24

Bad bulbs or brake light switch.

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I tried all the fuses, the parts that under the brakes I checked that. All lights come on and working except the brake lights no break lights.

Working brake lights are important for safety reasons while driving. It is important to check all of the wiring, if the brake lights are not working and the fuses and bulbs have been checked.

Check wiring for 12v also the brake switch on the brake pedal.

Have you checked the fuses? Different circuits have different fuses. It may be your wiring harness, but check the fuses first.

Defective or out of adjustment brake light switch. Look somewhere on the upper part of the brake pedal for the switch.

Check the brake light switch it should be connected to the brake pedal somewhere.

I had this same problem. If the bulbs and the fuses are good its most likely the brake switch. Its a plunger like switch on the brake pedal. Its usually the only thing on the brake pedal. Its pretty easy and cheap to change. I would start there.

Have you checked the bulbs themselves? The directional signal should be the same element as the brake light. Check to see if you rear directional signals.

you probably need to lift up on the brake pedal a couple of times to reset the brake switch. worked on our 86

check fuses, check brake light switch behind brake pedal.

The brake lights are a separate circuit from the other lights. Check the fuses and bulbs. If fuses and bulbs are okay I would suspect the brake light switch is at fault.

Have you checked all the relays? If so, check the wires for shorts. If you have dash lights its probably a short. The fuse for brake lights often also carry the dash light too in an effort to let you know that you have brake lights out.

This could be caused by a malfunctioning fuse. fuses will need to be checked. the light bulbs within the tail lights wil need to be checked. the switch under the brake pedal will need to be check to make sure it it activating properly. if all else fails it could be a wire problem and your wire system will need to be checked

If the brake lights & horn are on the same fused circuit the most likely cause of the problem is an open circuit before the fuse.

I have an 95 Legend and when I step on the brakes I cant shift from park. Also I have no brake lights in the back as well. I checked all the fuses and they are goood. What to do?

checked fuses, or checked for voltage to interior light socket?

If all the fuses are good, then most likely the brake light switch right on the brake pedal inside the car. Check that.

bulbs or brake light switch There is a recall on the break light assembly for the 05 Chevrolet Colorado. Check with a dealer for info.


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