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This would indicate an internal broken wire or bad switch. GM safety chief Jeff Boyer told Automotive News on Wednesday that the recent proliferation of recalls follows several moves GM has taken since February to weed out any long lingering safety Roger that sir. July 19 by Shelby Reed I had the same problem. Source

Try the hand brake (or however you call the brake that you use while parking the car). If the test light lights up the circuit is working and the fault is in the bulb socket connections. GM said it discovered the defect during assembly. Take off the lenses and see what your bulbs themselves are doing.

2003 Chevy Silverado Brake Lights Not Working

If none of the lights are working then the bulbs are probably not the problem. Originally Posted by Dixie Tree Slayer Roger that sir. We(him) have already checked most of the connections in the process of changing all this garbage trying to fix it.

If the test light does not light up there is an open connection in the ground wire. EASY! - DuraciĆ³n: 7:31. Unscrew, the lens un-hooks on the other side. Chevy Silverado Brake Light Problems Their is no adjustment I'm aware of on 98 GMC Sierra z71.

If you are unsure of the wire color associated with brake light function, you can access wiring diagrams online, but be warned, chev/gm have been known to change color codes from 2004 Chevy Silverado Brake Lights Not Working Find the fusebox and look for "brake". He can only work on it so long before he gets irritate with it and starts cursing modern technology and talking about his 'old' truck. :P He's needs a test light https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Discussion-d630_ds546768 Reply With Quote 11-02-2011,05:56 PM #6 Fish-Bait View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles MH ass in the hole Achievements: Awards: Join Date Feb 2007 Posts 59,041 Hub

If you have any questions about brake lights please visit our forum. 2002 Chevy Silverado Brake Lights Not Working All the lights are good. Adjusted switch same problem July 2 by Matthew My turn signals and brake light dont work. Then reinstall the bulb socket back into the lens and you are all set.

Many lighting system bulb clusters have a connector which can melt due to poor connection which

2004 Chevy Silverado Brake Lights Not Working

If you do have power going to the switch check to see if you have power leaving the switch when depressed, if not, it is the switch. great post to read Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. 2003 Chevy Silverado Brake Lights Not Working Hope this helps yesterdayNovember 11, 2016 by John Perrone Show 27 more comments Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? 2006 Chevy Silverado Brake Lights Not Working Changed all bulbs (were ONLY 25 yrs old) -- Ck'd bulb sockets (all ok) Ck'd fuses and pedal switch - both ok.

Checked bulbs, fuses with no luck. this contact form Cancel Brandon Mitchell @hillbillybone Rep: 1 Posted: October 22 Options Permalink History I have a 97 GMC Sierra 1500 my reverse lights, hazzards, turn signals works but brake lights won't but This is an quick and easy fix in most cases. Was this answer helpful? 2005 Chevy Silverado Brake Lights Not Working

Cancel True Blue Auto Rep: 73 2 1 Posted: 11/17/2010 Options Permalink History I had the same problem on my 91 K1500. The other lights work. Mark helpful Report operator_13 answered 3 years ago now I'm confused..probably is this one?~ 19 out of 19 people think this is helpful. http://zenlinux.org/brake-light/2007-chevy-tahoe-brake-lights-not-working.html key offJACUSTOMER-dlst591n- : Yes all wires except orange have powerRandall : i have no idea how you have power on the white wire, That is the wire that powers to the

Reply With Quote 11-03-2011,09:20 AM #11 Dixie Tree Slayer View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Official Taste Tester MH Achievements: Join Date Dec 2007 Location Dixie, MS Brake Lights Dont Work But Tail Lights Do Cargando... Rarely I am without and will use a test light if need be.

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Use a test light to probe each of the brake light sockets feed wires; one of them should light up. February 2 by Chopperhaulers Jim, common problem. Headlines List of Stickies Members FAQ Groups Ranks Our Staff Merchandise Search Photo Gallery Search Blog Search Directory Search Advertise Contact Facebook.com/SilveradoSierra Twitter.com/SilveradoSierra jQuery not supported. 2006 Chevy Silverado Brake Light Fuse Location Cancel joestenny Rep: 19 2 Posted: July 20 Options Permalink History Its the taillight circuit board or a broken wire.

Reply View Public Profile Send a private message to attycda Find all posts by attycda 1/2 Next Reply Tags 06, brake, chevrolet, chevy, colorado, express, fuse, hand, light, lights, location, Im testing it with a fuse tester that came with the new fuses I bought. So if you see a fresh butt splice or recent wire remember "human error" can cause some crazy wiring issues 12/11/2015 by Chopperhaulers what about No brake lights when truck is Check This Out LOL.

Also when you replace the battery get the highest cranking amp one that Will fit. The way those taillights work theres a white wire under dash on the column that white wire is for brake light. Especially around any wires that have yellow plastic/loom/tape around them. The time now is 11:56 PM.

Do you need the fuse box diagram/layout?JACUSTOMER-dlst591n- : Im n I t sure how to read tbe diagram you sent and im looking ay the fuse layout diagram but can't find To test the switch use a test light and connect it to power and probe each of the two wires. LOL. Took it loose - did a fair job cleaning the frame surface rust and reconnected it.

You can get a wiring diagram for your car from an online car repair manual such as Mitchell1 or search Google Images.

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I've moved the ground around, replaced break switch, headlight switch, tail light circuit boards no luck. Get a volt meter and put set it for DC volts to test all wires at the steering column.