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just but a new headlight switch in hoping that was the problem.. The test light allows you to prove if electrical power is present in the circuit before replacing parts. Mark helpful 3,275 Report lrodri911 answered 8 months ago Try isolating sections at a time like the rear lights, disconnect the plug above the spare tire, if fuse doesn't blow, the I have rear lights, but cannot get brake lights to work. have a peek here

all other lights work. are they near the brake pedal? Loading... I replaced the brake switch that attaches to the brake pedal about 1 and and 1/2 months ago.

2005 Ford F150 Brake Lights Not Working

Mark helpful 70 Report 03KingCharged answered 2 years ago hey my #6 fuse keeps blowing.. Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! I took off the cover and played with the connectors a little (it was unseated just a tad) and it works.

It worked fine and did not pop any fuses and then yesterday, i went through about 5 fuses. Have any Questions About ALLDATAdiy.com? I'm willing to bet most of these problems are not due to a bad switch, but due to the wire strands breaking from constant movement. 2001 Ford F150 Brake Lights And Turn Signals Not Working That is the normal cause of this problem. 6 out of 6 people think this is helpful.

No breaklights. Ford F150 Brake Light Switch Not ? Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! This is how I receive credit for helping you today!Also if you need further assistance for this problem after accepting feel free to ask afollow up and I'll be glad to

Mark helpful 10 Report Russell answered 9 months ago I have a 88 ford with the same issue. Ford F250 Brake Lights Not Working JM Top bubba2822 New Member Posts: 3 Joined: Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:12 am Location: riverside ca. The pole United States #17 Aug 17, 2012 I have a 1997 for expedition I have replaced the shift interlock solenoid and the (boo) stop light switch and still nothing I Why?

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beltstowing 87,635 views 21:39 Brake Light Switch Replacement - Duration: 7:47. https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Discussion-c4471_ds542505 tail/brake lights and won't shift into drive from park. 2005 Ford F150 Brake Lights Not Working Please try again later. 2004 Ford Expedition Brake Lights Not Working This is a dangerous thing when driving in Atlanta traffic.

Judged: 5 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! http://camtronics.net/brake-light/2005-ford-f150-brake-lights-not-working.html Jimmy Marietta, GA #15 Apr 5, 2012 My problem seems basically the same as the rest. Tony United States #9 Dec 22, 2009 Couple days ago my battery was dead, so i replace a new one also with a brand new terminal. Running lights and dash lights do not. 2004 Ford F150 Brake Light Switch

no tail lights no dash lights.. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. Is their a relay, or something that I'm missing? Check This Out The only thing that my dash, tail, and park lights have in common is the headlight switch.

i got home the other day and the brake lights wouldnt turn off. 2004 F150 Brake Light Fuse Location i have no idea of anything left to do. Sign in to make your opinion count.

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Judged: 12 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! My 2002 F150 lost dash lights and tail lights. It was the light for shifter indicator. this contact form The wire went bad right at the connector due to the constant flexing from brake medal being pushed thousands of times.

Help? One of the more effective tools in diagnosing an electrical problem like yours is a test light. No breaklights. A: Save the pyrotechnic display for later.

Mark helpful 40 Report Dbone79 answered about a year ago Found the problem. I looked in the Owner's Manual and can't find the fuse for brake lights. really helped me, I'm having the same problems as the two of you. Mark helpful 25,045 Report kbro answered 3 years ago Judge roy sounds alot like bob nueske thinking that battery corrosion picks and chooses what circuits to affect.

Once I repaired the wire, all is fine.Thank you for your posting. I checked them all and none are blown. Lamp had melted causing a short. The top brake light works fine, I changed the bulbs, signals & hazard works fine.

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