Check your fuses first. If those check out, pull out the tail light assemblies. Check the bulbs. If those check out, test for power at the connectors to the tail light assemblies with a test light. If you have power to the brake light circuit (with the brake applied), then the issue is in the tail light assembly. If not, go to the brake light switch located at the top of the brake pedal. Test for power at the input... there should be constant power to it. If not, there's an issue with the power supply, and you'll have to trace it to the fault. If so, test for power at the switch output with the brake pedal depressed.. if there's no power there, the switch is faulty. If there is power there, then you'll have to trace the wiring towards the tail lights to find the fault.
you are going to have to find where power is shorting to ground. start at the brake light switch at the brake pedal. are wires touching metal? any exposed wires? if so insulate them and test. is switch in good shape? if problem continues go to lights themselves and do same. trace wires down and look for breaks and frays. how about 3rd light in rear window?
Fuses are in the kick panel behind the clutch pedal. The switch is located on the transmission... you remove the boot from the transmission shift column, pull it up, and you can access it that way... unplug the connector from the switch, jump the two sides of the plug with a test lead... if your reverse lamps work at this point, then the switch is faulty and needs to be replaced (assuming they weren't working before). If not, you'll have some wiring to trace, starting with that same plug... one pole should always have power, so you take your test light and check to see if it does. If it does, then you work your way from the reverse lamps forward, and check the connectors. When you find one which does have power, you trace the wiring back to find the short or other fault.
I have a '91 Eddie Bauer and I don't know if my answer applies to a 93 model but get an electrician to check your dip/high beam and indicator unit on the steering column. I replaced mine and the problem of no dimmed headlights was fixed. The light switch always seems to run hot with lights on. Probably a short SOMEWHERE. You have to trace the wires to find it.
Do your brake lights work? Possible problem: -Brake Light Fuse -Brake Switch -Solenoid Can you hear a click from the shifter area when you have the key on and push on the brakes? If you cant hear the click then something could be wrong with the solenoid or the brake light switch. Check your brake lights, do they work? If the cable was hard to move and now cant be moved then it maybe bad. Open the fuse box and see if there is a fuse for the stoplight circuit. If not check under the hood. You probably have a stupid short circuit somewhere causing this. Check for 12 volts into and out of the brake light switch. Then trace the 12-volt power. (The shift lock and the brake light switch are one and the same.)
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