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Old 04-30-2010, 09:13 AM   #1
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Question when i push the brake pedal

ok another problem on the 94 ssei when i got in my car last night i noticed when i press the brake pedal down my fog lamps and dash cluster light up and my twilight is off and no key in ignition i checked ground buss no corrosion on either side this is crazy even in the daytime when i push the brakes like at a redlight or sumthing my fog lights and dash will light up ........ any suggestions im stumped
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Check for corrosion in the fuse box.
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ok i will do and get back in a lil bit with my findings .....if its not the fuse box where do u think i should look next????
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Something is corroded. I think your year has some ground points under the carpet, but I'm not sure. Mike should have a better answer on that.
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Almosts seems like he'* getting voltage fed back through the lights somewhere. Check all your tailight bulb sockets and wiring around the trunk area.

A bad ground bus would just mean some things would not work.
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Check for alignment and corrosion underneath the hood in the maxifuse bus.
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