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Old 07-12-2018, 11:12 PM
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Default Brake light & cruise control issues

While driving a fellow motorist alerted me that my brake lights were not lighting up but the running rear lights were working. When I got home, I checked the “Horn” fuse and it was in good shape. I went out and bought a new brake light switch. I installed that and all three lights still won’t light up. Also, after installing the new brake light switch, I did a test drive and I tried to set the cruise control. (I did this because the cruise control was not working when the fellow motorist told me about my situation) On the test drive, I was able to now set the speed I wanted to maintain, but when I pressed the brake pedal, the cruise control would not disengage automatically. I had to hit cancel on the steering wheel in order to stop power from going to the wheels. I have zero clue on where to go from here. Anyone have any suggestions?
 
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