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Old 06-29-2022, 12:47 PM   #1
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1998 34' Georgie Boy Brake lights stay on

I posted this this other day. Not sure I was clear on my problem. The issue is the brake lights stay on. Will not go off. Nothing to do with the emergency brakes. It was never activated. Of course with the bulbs staying on the lens are hot to touch. What test procedures need to be performed on the brake switch mounted on the steering column. I had the same problem on my one ton dually . I just changed out the the brake light switch. That truck had just the opposite problem, no brakes lights.

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Sorry your first posts are about problems .

I have to ask ; what chassis is your coach on ?

Brake light switch ; adjustment or replacement ; varies by chassis .
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Old 06-29-2022, 01:01 PM   #3
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Sorry your first posts are about problems .

I have to ask ; what chassis is your coach on ?

Brake light switch ; adjustment or replacement ; varies by chassis .
What he said. Located right behind the brake pedal arm
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