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No power to 2000 ml 320 brake light fuse or module

 
Old 09-26-2017, 06:46 PM
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No power to 2000 ml 320 brake light fuse or module

There is no power to the 10 amp fuse or the k15 brake suppresor module on a 2000 ml 320 v6. No wires are charred or burnt, yet no pwr going to brake lights or to the brake light switch at pedal. Could it be the all in one module or ign switch. all other lights work, but ds door motor is brand new but will only go down not up.

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Old 09-27-2017, 05:30 AM
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The Brake Light fuse is #15 and is not activated until the brake pedal is stepped on.

Therefor, turn the key to pos. #2 and have someone press and hold the brake pedal down while you check both contacts on fuse #15 for 12v.

If there is 12v at both contacts, then the Brake Light Sw. must be replaced.
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