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Why on a 99 Chev Lumina are high mount brake light working signals and 4ways but not brake lights?

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2009-06-29 21:08:38
2009-06-29 21:08:38

probably your blinker switch (multi-accessory switch). The high mount brake light is wired directly from the switch on the pedal but the rear two lights are wired through the pedal switch and then through the the blinker switch on the steering column. Almost all of those blinker switches go bad.

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