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Old 07-26-2012, 01:11 PM   #1
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brake light issue

Can anyone help. I have a 2008 winnebago destination 37 g workhorse ufo chasis. When at a stop or in park brake lights work fine. (press brake pedal light come on release brake pedal light go off) but as soon as i exceed @ 5 mph the brake lights come on and stay on and as soon as i come to a stop they work fine. The condition exist weather the headlights are on or off. all other lights seem to work fine turn signals ect.
Took it to a work horse chasis repair in allentown pa and they are scratching there heads. They say it a winnebago issue winnebago says workhorse issue???

Any input thank you jeff

610-863-6100 or email Jeff@browndaub.com

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Old 07-26-2012, 03:35 PM   #2
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Absolutely don't know, but does your cruise control work? If not, there may be a slight adjustment necessary to your brake pedal switch. Adjust the switch so that it engages later in the pedal travel. There may be some weird condition of the mechanism that causes it to move slightly when you are moving.

Just a thought.
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