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Rear brake lights and rear turn signals not working,
2000 Ford Ranger

Rear brake lights and rear turn signals not working,

(2000 Ford Ranger)
I replaced the flasher, not the issue, checked fuses, all seem good. Tail lights come on when headlamps are on, but not the brake lights when brake pedal is pressed. Front signals come on when needed, back signals do not.
How long have you had this problem? couple months
Tags: ford, ranger
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on August 29, 2019

Quite possible BOTH bulbs have failed - same element inside the bulbs for turn signal AND brake lights..
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on August 29, 2019

It is also quite possible the multi function switch is the culprit!

Good luck!
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on August 29, 2019

Quite possible BOTH bulbs have failed - same element inside the bulbs for turn signal AND brake lights..
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on August 29, 2019

It is also quite possible the multi function switch is the culprit!

Good luck!
on August 29, 2019
Agree with Pushrod. You have dual filament bulbs for tail lights. The burned out filaments are likely the one that illuminates the brake light and also the signals! Make sure also you are not using some kind of knock off "LED" light bulbs. Not a good idea.
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