Where is the brake light fuse located, on a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Asked by Oct 21, 2014 at 09:08 PM about the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT 4WD Crew Cab

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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It's not a fuse. It's on a relay and if the brake lights are the only thing not going working then check the brake light switch. It's located down by where the brake peddle hinges in the foot well. It's common for them to get stuck so after you find it try lubricating it.

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Ditto to what Mark said. Good morning Mark. What's shaking?


And a good evening to you T.A. So far the earth isn't. We're getting ready for my son's 3rd birthday party this weekend. It's going to be interesting. 30 adults 20 kids. The plan is to go to a water park and let the kids play. How's by you?


LOL. Awww 3 years old. I remember when my kids were that age, a long time ago, LOL. Enjoy it while you can cuz POOF before you know it there dating, driving and off to college. Yea a day at a water park here would be a VERY cold time, LOL. As far as me another day in paradise, oh wait that's you, LOL. I suffer from SSDD.


Yeah, you're right. Cowboy (Eathen) went to the mountains with the housekeeper for a week. I noticed a few changes in him. Now instead of just running everywhere, he "flys." Arm's back, zig zaging BRUUM BRUUM! I feel truly blessed to be able to watch him grow up. My wife says I spoil him......... Nahhhhhh. ;>)


Awwwww, that's great. Good times, good times. Yes being able to be there and watch them grow up is so very cool. Tell your wife a little spoilage won't hurt him or you one bit. Well I'm off to bed enjoy your day. I'll talk to you tomorrow? in the AM? or the PM? Later I'll talk to you later, LOL


What relay is it I'm having the same problem right now.

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My break lights, and turn signals work. My taillights are what doesn't work. Would it still be the break switch?

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