How to Remove the Third Brake Light on a 1995 Suburban?

Answer The third brake light on a 1995 Suburban sits just above the rear doors at the roof line. The purpose of this light is to give added visibility to brake lights in order to increase awareness of you... Read More »

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How to Replace the 1995 Suburban Brake Light Switch?

The brake-light switch on a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban rests behind the brake pedal arm. The switch closes when you depress the brake pedal. When the switch closes, it sends an electronic signal to th... Read More »

Directions to Change the Front Brake Pads on a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban?

Most 1995 Chevy Suburbans use the Delco System configuration for the front brake calipers, which is different from the Bendix system used on rear brakes. However, a few Suburbans use the Bendix sys... Read More »

How to Repair the Third Brake Light in a Suburban?

The third taillight mounts on the roof of the Chevy Suburban and replacing the lights in the assembly requires removal of the assembly. The sockets that hold the bulbs into the taillight assembly a... Read More »

How to Replace the Brake Light Switch on a Chevy Suburban?

Your car's brake light switch works like a relay that tells the brake lights to turn on when you press down on the brake. If your brake lights do not work, and you have tested the bulbs and know th... Read More »