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Username Post: Brake light mystery 1950        (Topic#368751)
OL55 
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OL55
Reg: 01-01-08
06-21-22 05:14 AM - Post#2843171    

A friend is asking for help with his truck that has one the left brake light. When doing an inspection I found the wire going to the right turn signal laying be the brake light switch. If I replace the left light wire with the right, the right side Brake light works. If I connect them both then the turn signals flash repeatedly. Seems like it needs two separate terminals on the two prong brake light switch. What to do? Hope this makes some sense. Tia



 


wagonman100 
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06-21-22 09:57 AM - Post#2843182    
    In response to OL55

Your wording is a little hard to follow. I think a little further explanation is needed.

Jay
Friends don’t let friends drive Fords.

1999 Silverado Z71 4X4 extra-cab short bed
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1972 Monte Carlo
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