2004 Suburban no brake lights

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tomjohn77
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2004 Suburban no brake lights

Postby tomjohn77 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 3:45 am

My 2004 suburban has no brake lights or cruise control. I thought it might be the stop light switch so I replaced that and it didn’t resolve it. I also tried replacing both the flasher box and the turn signal switch, still nothing. All the fuses are good so I think it must be some wire or maybe something to do with the tow package.

Has anyone dealt with this with their early-mid 2000s suburban/tahoe/silverado who can help me out?

Thanks

david96
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Re: 2004 Suburban no brake lights

Postby david96 » Thu Sep 05, 2019 11:29 pm

Driving at night with either brake lights or tail lights not working is dangerous for you and other drivers on the road. It takes a long time to notice when the brake,he front brake pads are worn a bit but not shot by any means and the .... It came down to a sneaky leak in the back brake lines. .e brake lights were on. Turns out they are stuck on, with pedal in or out,no brack
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Re: 2004 Suburban no brake lights

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Re: 2004 Suburban no brake lights

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