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Ok, so after many weeks trying to fix this.. I have a 2013 Silverado LT 4x4 extended cab 4.8L. A couple months ago I was driving thru deep snow and my parking lights went out. (not sure if that was a coincidence or not) Anyway.. I checked the 3 fuses under the hood, all had no power) I switched the relay for the parking lights, didn't fix. I looked at fuses, none were blown. I replaced the distribution block where tail lights plug in with lic plate lights and trailer lights. (was a little corroded, didn't fix the problem) If I run a power wire into the feed side of the fuse block under the hood ( half fuse goes into the power side other half goes to the lights. ) the parking lights work... By the way all the other lights work (headlights, turn signals, brake lights) I tried looking for maybe a faulty ground but wasn't sure where one would be that connects just the park lights. Please help. Im at my wits end... Any help would be great
Hey guys, I'm having a huge issue with my truck, for some reason I can not get the brake warning light on the dash to go away. It all started while I was driving at the desert (it's a long travel truck). I was taking it easy and I succumbed to my dads peer pressure to abuse it. Thats is when the dash light came on. A variety of other things came up, but ever other issue was fixed. I've exhausted every evil plan to murder this light but nothing does the trick. I changed out every light bulb, I replaced the rear tail lights, I replaced all the brake lines, bled the entire system, checked every fuse, replaced every brake and rotors as well, the parking brake is released, the parking brakes have been replaced, at this point I was thinking of ripping out the dash light but as a mechanic I just can't fail. Now yesterday on the freeway I realized my cruise control is not working either. Anybody have any idea how this could correlate to my brake light issue?