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Old 11-25-2007, 03:57 PM
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Default 1995 gmc suburban taillight problem

Hi everyone,

I have a 1995 gmc suburban and I am experiencing problems with my brake lights and driver side rear signal light.What happens is the brake lights come on when I gas and go off when I brake, only the roof and passenger brake lights come on. The driver side signal is out in the back but not the front. I have changed the bulbs even though the old bulbs where not blown. The fuses are fine as well.

I was thinking maybe the brake switch might be need to be changed but a friend told me he had this problem on his gmc and it turned out to be some plate in the taillight. I am not sure what this plate is called or how easy it is to change.

Any help on this topic would be appreciated.

Thanks,

S. Conroy
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