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post #1 of 10 Old 03-22-2011, 08:01 PM Thread Starter
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brake light problems

i have a 02 f250 powerstroke and my turn lights work, running lights work but no brake lights, the fuses are all ok. it will go into gear and i have a camper shell on and the brake light on it works. any suggestions?
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Sounds like you have a broken wire....get under her and get dirty
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ya but why would all three of the trucks lights not work and the one on the camper shell work?
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I would guess that the bad wire is after the connection of the camper shell light. Most of my problems have been near or at any of my trailer connection plugs.
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ok i will check it out. ya dont think it could be the brake switch do ya?
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If it was your cap light wouldn't work.
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thats what i was thinking to but thought i would ask. thanks again i hope it works
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Have fun.......love chasing the wire demons
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so it was the multi switch that controls the turn/hazards/wipers
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Another of the common brake problems is excessive-pitched squealing or scraping noises whenever you brake. This is a sign that the brake pads have undergone wear. One reason for this problem may be inadequate braking fluid within the braking system. Another potential cause is debris that may have found its way into the system. Locksmith in Dallas
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