no brake lights, fuse good, bulbs good. on 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer

is there a sensor or a relay for the rear break lights. they are not working, bulbs are good, fuse is good.

by in Kenosha, WI on November 12, 2010
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2 answers 6 comments
ANSWER by , November 12, 2010
Try checking the brake light switch on the brake pedal of your 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer.
COMMENT by , November 12, 2010
I changed it and still have no brake lights. Everything else works.
COMMENT by , November 15, 2010
Is the high mounted brake light out also?
COMMENT by , November 15, 2010
No
COMMENT by , November 16, 2010
If the high mounted brake light is working then you know the brake light switch is good. There is a fuse for the lower brake lights in the rear fuse box (under the 2nd row seat, drivers side). Check the VEH STOP fuse. If the fuse is good and there is power to the fuse the chances are you have a wiring problem between the fuse and the rear lights.
COMMENT by , November 16, 2010
Problem is solved, thank you very much
COMMENT by , November 16, 2010
If the fuse blows again be sure to check the brake light bulbs as socket plates for problems.
ANSWER by , November 12, 2010
brake light switch brobly