Re: 1990 Ford Bronco Brake Lights not working - stumped
Kudos to you Aussiblue! Yes, the connectors were all plugged in tightly. But, from what you wrote I had a wild idea to hook up the old steering column by laying it on the floor board and connecting the cresent shaped connector. I wasn't sure anything would work that way. Buy, viola, everything worked as well as the brake lights etc. So, I guess I need to take advantage of the warranty on the steering column.
Apparently, the brake lights and rear hazards are 'controlled/monitored' via wiring thru the column. What the rationale or engineering behind it, I do not know. But, with an old chevy I had, I could tell a rear brake light was out when the gauge lights would go out.