Eventually, the last strand break off at the pinch point and there goes the circuit. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Bed brake lights not working, Cab brake light works. With that said, the issue we see most on trucks and sport utility vehicles from through is cruise control systems that won't work. Ask a Car Question. So I guess it could be whatever ground for the running lights could be shorting something out? Chevybrakelight answered 4 years ago. Sponsored links. Fisherman Reel time Rep: 1. Its a cheap fix and takes WAY less time.
I had the same problem on my 91 K The most common reason rear lights of any kind will fail is rotted wires.
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They run through wire shroud. › Questions › Chevrolet › C/K My chevy brake lights, head lights, front parking lights and front and rear turn signals work TAIL TAIL LIGHTS do NOT checked fuses and could the Also mine is a 91 Chevy 2WD.
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When I bought it from the first owner he told me someone tried to steal the car and hot wire it. Any solutions? Have you checked all the fuses? When there is no current reaching the switch, follow the orange wire back to the under hood fuse block and look for a possible open or short.
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When the key is on they stop working. HotChevyDriver answered 3 years ago. There is a 2 prong flasher behind fuse panel which controls blinkers, theres a 5 prong and a 3 prong flasher under dash near firewall.
I was able to find only one socket so I replaced the one I thought most likely to be the culprit. Learn how to perform the reset procedure and replace the ignition lock cylinder.
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Rear brake lights do nothing when brake is applied. All fuses are good vehic. If signal lights work, wiring, sockets and bulbs ain't the problem because the BRAKE LIGHTS use that same circuit, if one works, then the other.
I have replaced brake switch and tested brake switch wires and when brake is applied the purple wire gets power. from what my repair manual.
This van has a total of 4 rear lights, two on each side. Do the turn signals work OK when the switch is on? I will let you know how I make out after replacing the relay and flashers see if brake lights work Was this answer.
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Send a private message to skeeter5. Find More Posts by skeeter5. This meant the brake lights work just fine and nobody knew an issue existed.
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I have had several that had corrosion in them and caused similar problems.
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|Log in or Sign up. Chip answered 2 years ago. Charted all progressive actions. The cruise control is tied in with it so it ia one way that could help determine if that is the problem.
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Chevy Express VanL. Brake lights work fine until the headlights Brake light did not work when the headlights were turned on.
The turn signals still work and the both rear running lights still work. I can't remember if there is an underhood fuse box on the 89 or not.
That's all assuming you didn't put new headlights in it. Sometimes it's stupid simple things you wouldn't normally think of.
I am going to replace relays and flashers today and see what happens. If the switch fails completely it fails to operate the park brake interlock release mechanism. It looks as though there may be some missing fuse or switch large plug with no connector in the fusebox inside the drivers door. Messages: 7, Turn your flashers on to check the bulbs.