From the brake light switch, the white / tan wire goes to the fuse box at the left side of the dash. Current goes through a joint connector, then comes out on a different white / tan wire and goes to the three brake lights. The turn signal switch is not involved because the brake lights and signal lights are different bulbs.
The white / tan wire also leaves the fuse box on a third wire and goes to the Anti-lock Brake Computer, (CAB). If you have a scanner, access that computer and see if it recognizes the brake light switch. If it does not, the problem is inside that fuse box.
If you have voltage leaving the fuse box, (connector 2, terminal 13), the only thing that can be wrong is a break in that wire or a corroded splice. That spice is simply listed as "near the rear power outlet". Any defect after that splice would result in the center-high-mount brake light still working.
Monday, April 17th, 2017 AT 6:37 PM