Take a 12 volt circuit tester and check the power at the light sockets to see if there is power to them. It may be bulbs or corrosion, so clean the sockets with a fine sand paper. 90% of the time the problem is at the socket or bulb. If this vehicle has a tailer connector on it, BE SURE to check it also for broken wires and corrosion..1930fcoupe
All the fuses were located at the right of the steering column on the lower right flange of the brake pedal support bracket.
Have you checked the fuses or bulbs?
If all the fuses are good, then most likely the brake light switch right on the brake pedal inside the car. Check that.
That should be the right side brake and signal light circuit. Start with checking the fuses. Need more info to help you.
Start with checking the bulbs, then the fuses. In most vehicles the brake lights and siganal lights and running lights are separate circuits. If the fuses and bulbs check okay check the wiring feeding the rear of vehicle.
compare the bulb make sure it is the right number bulb or check inside the sucket and see if the connection are not damage or get a test light to see if there is power comming to the back when the brake is depress
it is a break in the wiring harness take a lead from the other side to connect to the light
for the 3rd brake light removal, push the lower right side of the plastic housing to the left and easily push up. it will come right out, before pulling completely out disconnect the quick connect by sqeezing tab...
I am having the same trouble. My brake lights work with the light switch for nighttime driving, but only far right brake light works when i pres brake pedal. Reverse lights dont work at all. Turn signals and hazard light work.
The left brake light works the right brake light doesn't and the bulbs is good
Check bulbs Check stop light switch Also make sure you have the right bulbs model 2057 bulbs.
If memory serves me right, each tail light assembly has a printed circuit board that the bulbs plug into. That circuit board burns out. That part is available from the Chevy dealer.
your in luck i just had to do this on my 95 lol you will have to carefully lower your steering column, and above it there is the brake light switch conected to the brake pedal and a rod going towards the front of the vehicle where the master cylindar is at. on the little piece sticking out to the right of the brake light switch there is a pin that keeps it in place. remove that pin and then remove the wires connected to the switch. should come right off and then just put the new brake light switch on and reverse the steps. hope this helps
with the park lights on both left and right side are lite. but when the brake is applied the right brake lights up and the left goes out(doesn't light up)
If only the right rear brake/signal light is effected it is not the fuse. Inspect the right rear brake/signal bulb, socket and wiring.
change the light bulb,
possible solutions: - replace lightbulb with a working one (maybe switch brake lights left > right) - use a contact spray or anti corrosion spray to clean the fitting
The trailer has a dead short in that right side brake light circuit.
It is underneath the Brake Pedal.It's mounted to and right above the brake pedal.
you have to take off the panel that is covering around the brake and then you will see the brake light switch on the front side of the brake you can just simply turn it left or right and that will adjust it
Yes. One switch is for the left and right brake light assemblies; and, the other is for the 'third' brake light.
Number 7 fuse on the right brake light in the trunk fuse box number 5 for the left side brake light also in the trunk.
To the right of the heat/air levers
More than likely you have a burnt out bulb at the front signal light, rear signal light, or brake light on the right side.
The fuse for the left brake light is # 5 and the right and 3rd brake light fuse is # 17 in the fascia fuse box