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Is there a known issue with the rear brake lights on the 2000 Olds Bravada?


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2006-04-15 21:43:33
2006-04-15 21:43:33

there was a recall on the hazard light switch that caused the rear brake lights (minus the high mount 3rd light) to stay on. the hazard lights and turn signals still worked. there was only an electrical malfuntion in the hazard lamp switch on the steering column. go to your nearest dealer, they will fix it for free and it only takes about 1/2 hour

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All brake light switches are mounted directly behind the brake pedal on a bracket that holds it in place with a electrical push pin that moves in and out when the pedal is depressed.If you have no brake lights but,your tail lights work with your headlight switch on for parking lights the brake light switch needs to be either adjusted and if after this if this does not correct the issue,replace the brake light switch.Most auto zone,advance auto parts,napa will carry this part and very easy to replace.Too easy.Note make sure the bulbs are known to be good in the tail lights by looking at the elements inside and not fried (wire is not solid from left to right side in the bulb) If only one side is not working it would be the bulb,however if both are not the info above answers that.


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