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No brake lights

Why don’t my brake lights work Some owners complain of no brake lights in their early 2000 model GM vehicles. The high mount stop light works, but not the brake lights. In addition, the hazard lights may work on the front but not the rear. Also, the rear parking lights work, just not the rear brake lights or hazards. Here’s how the system works. Power flows to the rear brake lights from the 15A brake fuse located in the right hand instrument panel fuse box. So check the fuse first. … Read More

No lights, power windows, heat, or A/C

Why don’t my lights or power windows or heat work? In the old days of auto repair all electrical problems could be solved with a new switch, wire, socket, or solder. Now we’re in a digital age and car makers have opted to switch electrical loads via digital communications. So you wind up with no lights, no power windows, no heat, or no A/C, you should certainly check the fuses, bulbs, and switches. Then you can check the relay in the fuse box. But if that doesn’t solve the problem, … Read More


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