Hmmm... the turn signal and brake are the same filament. That’s why the brake wiring goes through the turn signal switch.
The separate filament is for the running lights (after dark).
On Aug 24, 2020, at 2:43 PM, Ron Waters <ronbo97@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Turn signals and stop lights are two different filaments.
Owner's manual says it's a 1034. Same bulb as parking lights in the
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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