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montacarlo98 08-25-2013 03:06 PM

brake lights out
 
my brake lights are out the two at the bottom and my turn signals light are out but my hazard lights still work can someone tell me what the problem is please

STUMPMI 08-25-2013 03:19 PM

Ive never had a problem with mine....

Im guessing you have checked all the fuses? In the dash as well as under the hood? Are all the bulbs good? Does your 3rd brakelight still working?


Heres a guess:
maybe its the Multi function Module? Its in the steering column....

Have any idea what may have caused them to go out in the first place?

Hope this helps!
maybe someone else will chime in with some other ideas/advise!
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montacarlo98 08-25-2013 03:56 PM

yes i check all the fuses and the one in the middle still works the bulbs are new and the brake switch

STUMPMI 08-25-2013 04:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by montacarlo98 (Post 566562)
yes i check all the fuses and the one in the middle still works the bulbs are new and the brake switch


My wifes 99 blazer did the same thing....

It was the Multifunction Module. (Its in the steering column)

We also tried replaceing the brake light switch...(No help)
Til we found out it was the Multifunction Module...:thumbsup:

skylark65 08-26-2013 09:55 AM

i would second it being the multifunction switch in the steering column, mine was bad when i got my '97 monte and it causes those exact symptoms. good news is the part is under $100, bad news is it is kinda involved to replace ( need to remove the airbag, pull the steering wheel and more in the steering column to get to it). so unless you're a skilled mechanic i would reccomend having a shop do the work.


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