brionsab at msn.com
Thu Nov 2 08:12:44 PDT 2017
If everything is in order, grounds, good bulbs, switch working, the key is the sun at your back.
In southern California, Las Vegas, and the desert, when the sun is shining on or through a vehicles rear light lens; it is difficult to notice them.
This is especially true about the newer vehicles. They concentrate the light so well that sometimes they appear on all the time. You cannot see the brake lamp when activated.
I am certain the designs passed with flying colors in the test lab.
What I am saying is you might be chasing a problem that does not exist.
All you can do is drive defensively and attempt to keep people off your tale when in that sun condition.
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From: dlstiefel <dlstiefel at dekalbk12.org>
this makes the third time I have had someone complain that my brake
lights were not working. But every time this has happened it's been a
bright sunny day with the sun to my back.
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