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May, 17, 2006 AT 9:26 AM
I just bought an 81 ford f150 custom it runs on propane and the brake lights dont work I have running lights and my blinkers work but we put in all new bulbs and the switch on the pedal is still good could it just be the wiring? Or waht
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May, 17, 2006 AT 11:58 AM
Propane carburation has nothing to do with brake lights. I must have installed over 2000 propane units.
As you know the brake light sw is on the top of the brake pedal. Are you sure it is good? Also the fuse?
If they are both good then it is your turn signal sw as the barke light go through it. It allows you to have your brake lights on and a turn signal working at the same time. Good luck.
May, 17, 2006 AT 2:08 PM
Yes the fuse is good. But I dont have brake lights at all but I will look into that thanks
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