Re: [FWDLK] Lighting Issues
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Re: [FWDLK] Lighting Issues



It could be the brake light switch and the headlight switch.  The lighting circuit includes the contacts inside the headlight switch and I had some odd behaviors due to corroded contacts (some lights, including dash lights, were not working). I was able to take the switch apart and clean/lubricate the contacts and re-assemble.  But first simply ensure all the wiring to the switches and any other connections in the harness are tight.







On Aug 24, 2020, at 2:23 PM, Larry Ashbaugh <000003991ab8a71e-dmarc-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have a 59 Dodge Coronet which I am having a lighting problem with:  The turn signals work, but tail lights and stop lights do not.  Since I think the turn and stop lights both work off of the same filament, and just to ensure that it's not the bulb (1157), when I saw the problem, I replaced the original bulbs.  No change.

Could it be the contact of the brake light sensor (it has the hydraulic pressure switch on the brake reservoir)?

Thanks for your thoughts....

Larry

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