2006 Dodge Caravan brake lights stuck on
I bought a used 2006 Caravan with a known issue of the brake lights staying on. I tried
hooking the brake switch back up so I could replicate the issue and diagnose the
problem. While I was below the steering column I noticed a few things. Can somebody
tell me if anything at all should be plugged into the two spots circled?
One is the ECM tester,and the other is for other power ascesorys,no they should not be plugged in to any thing.
Hopefully I'm using this forum correctly. I took out the brake pedal switch to test with my multimeter and these are my results. Does this indicate the brake pedal switch is faulty because the last pair will not read 0.0 on the multimetere?
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