Since the center high-mount brake light works, we know the brake light switch is okay. That only leaves a break in a wire, which is not real likely, or a problem with the "TIPM", (Totally Integrated Power Module). This is another case of the insane engineers hanging an unnecessary, unreliable, expensive computer where it is not needed. The two rear brake lights are switched on and off by that computer. Common sense would have connected all three lights together and have them switched by the brake light switch. That seemed to work pretty well for almost one hundred years!
Tuesday, July 11th, 2017 AT 11:08 PM