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Plain Jane accept for High Output Heater, Limited Slip Diff and Engine Block Heater. Have you found the solution yet?? Submitted: 5 years ago. Cancel joestenny Rep: 19 2 Posted: February 21 Options Permalink History Either you have a broken wire, or blown fuse or you have a messed up blinker switch. Source

Then the problem came back again. Thanks for your comment! The connector for it has two ends. The switch is often attached to the brake pedal mechanism, under the dashboard, but some are connected to the hydraulic pressure line of the brakes. http://www.topix.com/forum/autos/chevrolet-suburban/TGQD7DSFH5H0P0HRA

99 Suburban Brake Lights Not Working

Answered In Headlights Tail and Brake Lights Were is the brake light switch on a peugeot 207? Judged: 2 1 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! To figure it out get a test light clean a piece of metal connect teat light ground, then unplug taillight and stick trat light probe into 1 slot at a time

Edit Share to: Was this answer useful? 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 Scott 5 out of 5 people think this is helpful. Suburban Tail Lights Not Working Mar 27, 2010 at 6:04 PM #2 retorq Full Access Member Posts: 2,999 Likes Received: 3 Joined: Mar 4, 2010 Location: Kingman AZ Name: Stephen The bulbs are ok??

Theme United States #15 Apr 29, 2012 I know this is an older question, but, I tried the emergency flasher switch and it was my problem also. 99 Suburban Brake Light Problem Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! that was taken for the conector after the switch, goi to check right at the switch.

The switch is often attached to the brake pedal mechanism, under the dashboard, but some are connected to the hydraulic pressure line of the brakes.

If you look on here i asked same question and i posted up what the reason for my issue ended up being. No Tail Lights But Brake Lights Work The white wire was burnt half way through. Sign in Statistics 104,841 views 460 Like this video? Was this answer helpful?

99 Suburban Brake Light Problem

It's a 25 cent switch that ford probably charges five bucks for. Sure enough they were on the lable but to my suprise there were nothing in there slots. 99 Suburban Brake Lights Not Working In: Catholicism Answer it! 1999 Suburban Brake Lights Dont Work Ask GM Tech (Cam) Your Own Question GM Tech (Cam), Chevy Technician Category: Chevy Satisfied Customers: 29415 Experience: GM Grand Master Technician 2007. 14 years experience. 10949255 Type Your Chevy Question

It could also be a relay, the box is located in the engine bay and the relay will be marked, but its unlikely to be the problem. this contact form Ask Your Own Chevy Question Customer: replied5 years ago. Also, keep WD 40 from getting on bulb. October 15 by Dale Show 1 more comment Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Chevy Tahoe Brake Lights Not Working

momagus Wetumpka, AL #2 Apr 21, 2008 I have the exact same problem. Share your thoughts with the world Share on Facebook Now Don't show me this message again today. Loading... have a peek here guess ill have to take to a chevy shop have them figure it out Expert: GM Tech (Cam) replied5 years ago.

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... Tahoe Tail Lights Not Working Yes Somewhat No Thanks for the feedback! If your third brake light works either way but the rear brake lights stop working when the truck is on its a faulty ground wire to the stop lamp relay.

p diddy07-15-2010, 10:08 PMit's the old body style.

You may also have circuit boards on back of taillights and if so the circuit boards could be bad. Changed the relay and the brake switch problem still there. There is two switches if you have cruise control. 2007 Chevy Tahoe Brake Lights Not Working Mark helpful 11,095 Report John answered 3 years ago Start from the bulbs and check for power and proper grounding.

If not, try spraying some lube on it (WD-40 or the like) and working it to get it to move freely. dave Wetumpka, AL #7 Jun 9, 2008 www.1AAuto.com Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! June 3 by jamesossoinik Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Check This Out Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it?

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