In article <email@example.com>,
> On Thu, 03 Mar 2005 04:47:33 GMT, "Jim Warman"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Double check that you checked the right fuse.... Brake llights and
> >taillights work on separate fuses. The stop lamp circuit has two fuses....
> >If the cigar lighter and radio both work properly, the MAX fuse in the
> >underhood panel should be good. In the inside fuse panel, the fuse is marked
> >(what else) STOP LPS and should be a 15A ATO fuse near the top left of the
> >You can use a test light (only a few bucks at any auto parts store) to check
> >the switch. Follow the brake pedal up and you will see a switch with two
> >wires.... there'll be a light green with red trace that should be powered
> >all the time - the other wire is light green and should have power when the
> >pedal is depressed.
> >You'll have to pardon hurc... hasn't taken his meds for a couple of days and
> >he's had a string of bad luck at the video lottery terminals and can't
> >afford the refill.
> more likely the switch
> igbore warman
> they dont have a big service dept
> in sl
> just the indian wagaons
> u go girl
> hurc ast
Looks like that bottle of rotgut whiskey is almost gone.
On to the Lysol, 'eh Bozo?