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2003 ford ranger: my brake trailer..bulbs..fuses

Customer Question

I have a 2003 ford ranger and my brake lights don't work and my trailer brake lights don't work. I have check and change bulbs and fuses. They all work. My regular lights work. My turn and hazzard lights work.....
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  CTFordTech replied 7 years ago.

Hello and Thank you for chooising Just Answer.


More than likely the Brake Pedal Position or BPP switch is bad causing the brake lights to not come on for both the vehicle and trailor. The switch is located under the dash on the brake pedal arm.

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
If that is the Brake light switch hook onto the break pedal Arm I change that already.
Expert:  CTFordTech replied 7 years ago.


OK then. You may have a wring problem. I will give you the electrical pinpoint test from Ford that you can do with a volt meter.











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Edited by FordTechKyle on 9/20/2009 at 4:08 PM EST