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Old 02-06-2015, 12:56 PM   #11
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If the turn signals use the same bulb it's possible there is a problem with the switch for that hence only one comes on
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Old 02-07-2015, 09:42 AM   #12
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My wife's car had its brake lights stay on but that was the switch for the brake pedal. It's always set to on unless the pedal is all the way up. If that switch gets loose it will light up the brake lights. Not that this is your problem, but another place to look. The only other way is to find the wires for that bulb and work backwards until you find the power source.
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The fact that only one brake light is coming on leads me to believe it's not the brake light switch. Since it's a Sprinter chassis, you might have the "euro" package with the rear fog light (as has been suggested.) Maybe take a look at that switch.
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Being a sprinter of European design is it possible there is a parking light switch turned on somewhere. I know some VW and Mercedes have a switch that turns the left rear light on when parking on the road to prevent a accident when parked.
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Old 02-07-2015, 05:40 PM   #15
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The fact that only one brake light is coming on leads me to believe it's not the brake light switch. Since it's a Sprinter chassis, you might have the "euro" package with the rear fog light (as has been suggested.) Maybe take a look at that switch.
Yeah you are right and I agree with you. But just another point to check I guess. Like I said though, start at the brake light and work forward until you can find the source of the voltage. It won't be spliced very often so it'll be under the dash somewhere most likely if it isn't a fog lite switch.
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