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Old 05-09-2013, 12:24 AM   #1
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My brakes are not working at all. I press the pedal and the lights don't come on and it won't let me out of park I need ideas and where to check them I have to work tomorrow
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Abs light does not come on either

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All fuses and relays are good
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Found the problem.....broken wire on the brake pedal.......car must be pissy because she is dirty........or something
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Fixed...it was this....what is this what is it called
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Fixed...it was this....what is this what is it called
No idea.. Maybe slosix would knowZ
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yeah i've had to fix that piece on all of my mustangs lol. i got rid of that box all together and just used female connectors to connect the two wires to the brake light switch. the reason i did that was because my first car kept having this issue and it turned out that the little box kept causing the wires to burn out.
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yeah i've had to fix that piece on all of my mustangs lol. i got rid of that box all together and just used female connectors to connect the two wires to the brake light switch. the reason i did that was because my first car kept having this issue and it turned out that the little box kept causing the wires to burn out.
Good to know. Thanks foe the info
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Good to know. Thanks foe the info
I've had the same problem and ended up do the same thing. Autozone doesn't carry it I've checked... But it's an easy fix
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