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Thread: stop light wiring

  1. #1
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    Jun 2020

    Default stop light wiring

    My stop lights recently went out, probably because I slammed on the brakes at an odd angle with my foot. It is possible that my problem lies around the convenience center but
    not sure. I replaced the TCC brake switch and verified all fuses but still no stop lights. My cruise control went out at the same time but came back with the new brake switch. Any ideas?

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    Feb 2000


    Aren't there two switches on the lower column? One for the TCC (Torque Converter Clutch) and one for the stoplight?

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    Mar 2000
    South Central Pennsylvania, USA


    I'd start by getting down and operating the brake pedal with my hand, observing how the pedal interacts with the switches. It's possible the odd angle either pushed one or both switches out of position or damaged them.
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