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Current version by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin of the vehicle.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it is the same wires to the lights for the turn signal, hazard signal and stop signal.
 
'''Check to see if your hazard lights work'''. They

They
are the same lights and 'share' the same fuse as the stop lights (Thelights. The hazard/stop fuse supplies power to the flasher unit to operate the hazard lights as well as the stop lights, thelights. The turn signal lights use a different fuse to operate the flasher unit). Ifunit.

''If
they workwork'' then the brake light problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If

''If
they don't workwork'' then most probably the stop/hazard fuse has blown.
'''Check to see if your hazard lights work'''. They

They
are the same lights and 'share' the same fuse as the stop lights (Thelights. The hazard/stop fuse supplies power to the flasher unit to operate the hazard lights as well as the stop lights, thelights. The turn signal lights use a different fuse to operate the flasher unit). Ifunit.

''If
they workwork'' then the brake light problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If

''If
they don't workwork'' then most probably the stop/hazard fuse has blown.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433] (click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
[image|898433] (click on image to enlarge for better viewing)
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer brake controller brake light connection perhaps.
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer brake controller brake light connection perhaps.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin of the vehicle.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it is the same wires to the lights for the turn signal, hazard signal and stop signal.
 
'''Check to see if your hazard lights work'''. They are the same lights and ''shareshare' the same fuse''fuse as the stop lights (theThe hazard/stop fuse supplies power to the flasher unit to operate the hazard lights as well as the stop lights, the turn signal lights use a different fusefuse to operate the flasher unit). If they work then the brake light problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then most probably the stop/hazard fuse has blown.
'''Check to see if your hazard lights work'''. They are the same lights and ''shareshare' the same fuse''fuse as the stop lights (theThe hazard/stop fuse supplies power to the flasher unit to operate the hazard lights as well as the stop lights, the turn signal lights use a different fusefuse to operate the flasher unit). If they work then the brake light problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then most probably the stop/hazard fuse has blown.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabincabin of the vehicle.
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabincabin of the vehicle.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it is the same wires to the lights for the turn signal, hazard signal and stop signal.
 
'''Check to see if your hazard lights work'''. They are the same lights and ''share the same fuse'' as the stop lights (the turn signal lights use a different fuse). If they work then the brake light problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then most probably the stop/hazard fuse has blown.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it is the same wires to the lights for the turn signal, hazard signal and stop signal.
 
'''Check to see if your hazard lights work'''. They are the same lights and ''share the same fuse'' as the stop lights (the turn signal lights use a different fuse). If they work then the brake light problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fusestop/hazard fuse has blown.
'''Check to see if your hazard lights work'''. They are the same lights and ''share the same fuse'' as the stop lights (the turn signal lights use a different fuse). If they work then the brake light problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fusestop/hazard fuse has blown.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it is the same wires to the lights for the turn signal, hazard signal and stop signal.
 
Check'''Check to see if your hazard lights workwork'''. They are the same lights and ''share the same fuse'' as the stop lights (the turn signal lights use a different fuse). If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
Check'''Check to see if your hazard lights workwork'''. They are the same lights and ''share the same fuse'' as the stop lights (the turn signal lights use a different fuse). If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it is the same wires to the lights for the turn signal, hazard signal and stop signal.
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it is the same wires to the lights for the turn signal, hazard signal and stop signal.
 
Check to see if your hazard lights work. They are the same lights and share''share the same fusefuse'' as the stop lightslights (the turn signal lights use a different fuse). If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
Check to see if your hazard lights work. They are the same lights and share''share the same fusefuse'' as the stop lightslights (the turn signal lights use a different fuse). If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it sharesis the same wiringwires to the lights. Thelights for the turn signal, hazard signal lights use a different fuse feed.and stop signal.
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it sharesis the same wiringwires to the lights. Thelights for the turn signal, hazard signal lights use a different fuse feed.and stop signal.
 
Check to see if your hazard lights work. They are the same lights and share the same fuse as the stop lights. If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.
 
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
The turn signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. Out of the turn/hazard switch assembly it shares the same wiring to the lights. The turn signal lights use a different fuse feed.
 
Check to see if your hazard lights work. They are the same lights and share the same fuse as the stop lights. If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.
 
The signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. After thatOut of the turn/hazard switch assembly it shares the same wiring to the lights. The turn signal lights use a different fuse feed.
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. After thatOut of the turn/hazard switch assembly it shares the same wiring to the lights. The turn signal lights use a different fuse feed.
 
Check to see if your hazard lights work. They are the same lights and share the same fuse as the stop lights. If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.
 
The signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.
 
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. After that it shares the same wiring to the lights. The turn signal lights use a different fuse feed.
The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. After that it shares the same wiring to the lights. The turn signal lights use a different fuse feed.
 
Check to see if your hazard lights work. They are the same lights and share the same fuse as the stop lights. If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.
 
Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one
 
[image|898433]
 
Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open

Original post by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,

You say that your rear turn signal lights work but not your stop lights. If this is correct then your problem is not with the wire that you found but back in the cabin.

The signal lights and the stop lights share the same wires back to the turn /hazard switch assembly on the steering wheel.

The power for the stop lights is fed from the stop/hazard fuse through the brake pedal switch and into the turn/hazard switch assembly. After that it shares the same wiring to the lights.

Check to see if your hazard lights work. They are the same lights and share the same fuse as the stop lights. If they work then the problem is with the switch mounted on top of the brake pedal or in the turn/hazard switch assembly. If they don't work then it is most probably the fuse.

Here is an image of the wiring diagram. I think that it is the correct one

[image|898433]

Maybe the wire that you have found, which I assume goes back to the stop/tail lights was run in for another purpose, like a trailer connection perhaps.

Status:

open