2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Q&A

2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Question: brake light problem

my brake lights are not work,fuse & bulbs are good turn signals good only rear cab light comes on -
Answer 1
If just the brake lights are not working, check the brake light switch. -
Comment 1
I am having the same problem. Checked all fuses and replaced all bulbs. Then I replaced the brake light switch and still have no brake lights, except the one on top of the cab is working. The ones on the tail are not. Please help! -
Comment 2
I'm having the same problem, did you fix it what was it please helppppppp -
Comment 3
Change the top bulb those are the brake ones the bottom are the turn signals -
Answer 2
Boy do I feel dumb. I had the same problem. I took it to an autoparts store and they replaced the turn signal bulbs thinking they were the brake lights. Obviously the brake lights still didn't work. I then checked every fuse on the car and even changed the brake light switch. Then the shop finally realized the brake lights were on the top above the turn signals. I couldn't believe it. -
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