Search results

  1. B

    M1008 Brake Light Problem

    Yes. 12 volts at the switch and the switch is good.
  2. B

    M1008 Brake Light Problem

    I haven't cut into the fuse box. Did check the 10amp brake light fuse - it is ok and there is power at the box. Next step check hazard switch. If that's ok I think I have an "open" wire somewhere... Fun
  3. B

    M1008 Brake Light Problem

    I have checked the brake switch - functioning properly (open when pedal is "up", closed when pedal is "down"). I will check that hazard flasher switch on the steering column next. Thanks again. Service light switch is turned on, all other lights functioning properly.
  4. B

    M1008 Brake Light Problem

    I used a multimeter to check for voltage. I used a PowerProbe to test the socket's (PowerProbe hooks up to the battery to power devices). With the multimeter I tried ground on the body at the tail lamp housing AND hooked a lead up to the negative post on the battery just to be sure. No voltage...
  5. B

    M1008 Brake Light Problem

    I lost power to my brake lights. All other lights are OK. After looking at the wiring manual, I checked the fuse box (12V at the terminal is OK, fuse is good) and the brake switch @ the pedal (brake switch functioning fine, 12V @ the switch is OK). Then I checked the sockets @ the lamp...
Top
AdBlock Detected

We get it, advertisements are annoying!

Sure, ad-blocking software does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks useful features of our website like our supporting vendors. Their ads help keep Steel Soldiers going. Please consider disabling your ad blockers for the site. Thanks!

I've Disabled AdBlock
No Thanks