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Old 06-09-2015, 12:35 AM   #1
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Brake (tail) Lights stuck/staying on 1992 TC 2000

Just got done repainting our bus and we had took the 4 LED lights off the back. we reinstalled them and now the 2 brake lights are lit up if the bus is running or the key is turned to accessories. The 2 signal lights work as they should. So we're trying to trouble shoot our problem. Does anyone know where the brake switch is located on a 1992 TC 2000, I had thought it would have been a micro switch bracketed off the pedal....but didn't see anything. There are these 3 sensors under the hydro boost. Anyone have any incite on there purpose, or ideas of what we have going on.

Thanks in advance!


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Old 06-09-2015, 09:18 AM   #2
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The top picture looks like the switches. The bottom is a shuttle valve that will alert you if there is a leak in the system(turns on the red brake light). Seeing as how you didn't mess with the switches at all, I doubt that is your problem. Were your running lights on when you checked this? If so, your brake lights will also double as your tail lights so I would check to make sure that those two wires didn't get switched in the process of removal and installation. If they are switched, and your running lights were on, this is the problem you would have.
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