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Old 05-06-2018, 10:47 PM
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Red face 95 c1500 Suburban

Having an issue with my brake lights not working. in the middle of replacing brake switch and I see a brown wire coming out of the connector not connected to anything but it looks long enough to connect to another connector up above where all the other wires go to also. so I assume that the brown wire came from there. Problem is I cant get my hands up there or the connector to come down anywhere so I can try to un-connect it to try to fix that wire. Can anyone tell me if its possible to drop the steering column down to have better access? Or. any other suggestions. Thanks
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