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Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie: 1995 ram 3500 no brake lights replaced

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1995 ram 3500 no brake lights replaced brake switch, replaced fuse
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Have you checked for power going in and coming out of the brake lamp switch with the brake pedal depresses? If so, which color wire or wires has power going in and coming out of the brake light switch?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

yellow with red stripe hot all the time, there is a green wire that is hot until brake is applied then is go,s off none of the other wires get hot when brake is on


There should be power on the pink wire/dark blue stripe going into the brake lamp switch on pin number 6. If not, then the 20 amp fuse number 5 in the power distribution center. Here is a wiring diagram of this circuit.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

fixed thanks

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

some how missed the 25amp fuse. thank you for your help Ed

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