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Where is the fuse for the brake lights in a 1994 Chevy G conversion van?

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2005-10-24 11:21:28
2005-10-24 11:21:28

in the fuse panle.by your left foot WHY!are thy on all the time if so replace stoplite switch.or maybe thay dont work.follow brake pedle upwards check voltage on orange wire if ok apply brake check volts on white wire if ok possible wiring problem if no volts replace switch.

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