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I have no power to the brake light switch connector on my GG 1970 Eliminator. The owner's manual indicated no fuse, but indicated a relay on back of the gauge cluster.....is that the likely culprit?:uhoh: Do they go dead?
 

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Anyone know this?
 

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Wouldn't one of the wires be grounded? and the other potentially grounded when the circuit is completed?
 

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Yes that would be correct, but I have no power at the connector on the brake light switch. So I figured bad fuse, but there is no fuse for brake light, the 1970 owner's manual indicates a relay on the back of the gauge cluster for brake light. Maybe I need to buy a new relay. Time to call Don....thanks!
 
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