Replace your factory, dim, or burned-out 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe parking brake indicator light bulb with one of our LED indicator bulbs. The maintenance-free LED bulbs last significantly longer than incandescent bulbs and are available in a variety of colors and brightness levels to suit your vehicle.
Your 2015 Tahoe third brake light may not be a light that you will worry about until it goes off. This brake light is located on the hatch and is like a red lighted monster, thanks to the long-life LEDs. However, there could be issues with it with normal wear and tear that you should be aware of.
Chevrolet Tahoe Third Brake Light Not Working
Usually, the LEDs in the third brake light tend to last a long time. However, before you begin replacing the light, it is best to use a voltmeter to check the connection to the light and ensure power is reaching it. Do this while getting someone to help you so that the person can push down the brake pedal. If there is no power, you may want to check the 2003 Chevy Tahoe third brake light fuse. It has a separate fuse and it can blow out, causing the third brake light to stop functioning. However, it everything is fine, you may want to replace the third brake light.
Chevrolet Tahoe Third Brake Light has Moisture in the Lens Housing
Just like the other lights in your Tahoe, even the third brake light has a gasket. With exposure to the elements, extreme temperatures and age, the gasket can get dry and brittle, causing it to crack. As a result, moisture and water can seep into the lens housing. It is important you address this right away, as moisture buildup can cause the third brake light to fail. Replace the gasket and check the lens and the lens housing carefully. If both are damaged, you will have no other recourse but to replace the third brake light with a new one.
When the Brake Pedal is Pushed, the Chevy Tahoe Third Brake Light Does Not Come On
Some Tahoe owners have stated that after replacing the factory third brake light with an aftermarket one, they noticed that the light did not come on when the brake pedal was pushed. However, when they reinstalled the factory brake light, it worked. If you experience this problem, check the wiring. Your third brake light will not work on replacement if you haven't wired the light correctly. Also, make sure the aftermarket brake light fall within the specifications mentioned in your owner's manual.
Cost of Replacing Chevrolet Third Brake Light
The cost of 2005 Chevy Tahoe 3rd brake light replacement will differ from place to place since labor costs vary. When it comes to parts, you can expect to pay anywhere from $15 all the way to $90 or more. You also need to factor in the labor costs, taxes and fees that the garage or mechanic may charge.
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