1.4 utility corsa bakkie. How can I test or prove that the switch at the brake pedal is faulty and is the cause of the brake lights fuses being blown?


Asked by Jun 02, 2014 at 08:06 AM about the Opel Corsa

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My brake light fuse in the bonnet keeps blowing the instant I switch the car on before
turning the engine on after having replaced the fuse each time. Ive checked the cables
under the fuse box connecting to it and I dont see any melted or damged cables. The
brake lights and connectors are fine. So the only other thing I can find that may be
affecting the fuses to blow is possibly the switch connected to the brake pedal itself
maybe not disengaging causing the fuses to blow? Please help

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If the fuse is blown, that usually means a crossed or grounded wire somewhere- if you have a test light- start at the fuse box and go downstream through the wires going to your rear lights- if all those wires look good, start at the fuse box and go upstream- I bet you have a worn wire that is shorting out-

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